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Bugs and Weeds Brush Control: Just The Facts

  • Rotting wood is the natural food of the roach, and serves as food and cover for many other insects and rodents. Getting rid of it will send the little critters running and aid you in your quest to prevent pests.
  • Brush serves as cover for insects and vermin. Removing it will help to remove them.
  • Brush also serves as a seedbed area for weed production. These weed seed are then transported by insects, rodents, wind, and water into your lawn and landscape.
  • Brush encourages pests population growth, lowers property values, sucks up precious water resources, and is a home, property, and forest fire risk! There are no advantages to having it, so just get rid of it.
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