Historically, pest control servicing work, techniques and materials have worked. But over the years, its ineffectiveness and redundancy has been as a result of the formidable biological makeup of a vast number of sub-species within the entire insect species. And in some regions of the world, it has become critically important to find new and effective ways to contain or eradicate insect infestations.
Because such plagues have become extremely dangerous to both human and animal species, essential to human consumption as well as its survival, and to those animal species in nature that are either threatened or on the brink of extinction. The great mosquito plague would be one such example. Locally, termite plagues don’t pose threats to the health of humans and animals but they are extremely destructive in more ways than one.
So much so, that houses and bridges have collapsed as a result of not being able to contain termite infestations. But perhaps this is more serious for now. Many lives have been lost as a result of heavy infestations of mosquitoes. The common disease that these species of insects spread is that of malaria. And the perception has always been that this disease is confined to Africa. Not so. These formidable creatures migrate across oceans and to other continents.
Numerous pest control measures have come and gone in endeavoring to contain these plagues. But these insects have simply managed to adapt to the toxic poisons used, even treating it as food. But today organic mosquito control and organic termite control measures put in place have dramatically caught these dangerous and destructive pests off guard. Their poison if you will is not dangerous to humans and animals.
It originates from a formidable plant that is indigenous to the South American continent.