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  • MF722
    MF722
    Termites: Structural Pests

    Structural damage caused by termites occurs slowly. A mature colony eats only 1/5 ounce of wood/day. Evaluate problem & select proper treatment. Termite control is usually a job for a professional. 4-page, color.

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  • MF2765
    MF2765
    Cockroaches: Household Pests

    Cockroaches prefer warm, undisturbed areas with high humidity and near food. They hide under appliances, in kitchen cabinets, and in cracks in walls. 4 p.

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  • MF2115
    MF2115
    Human Lice: Pests that Affect Human Health

    Lice are spread by sharing infested clothing, hats, hair brushes, etc. or as result of close physical contact with an infested person. Lice may be present in bedding, furniture, rugs, and other fabrics. 4-page, color.

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  • MF771
    MF771
    Spiders and Scorpions: Pests that Affect Human Health

    Four species of poisonous spiders occur in Kansas. They are the black widow, northern widow, brown recluse, and, less commonly, the yellow house spider. Scorpions are also found in Kansas. 4-page, color.

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  • EP120
    EP120
    Pillbugs and Sowbugs

    Pillbugs and sowbugs invade damp basements. Infestation indoors indicates a large population outside. They feed on decaying vegetable matter: leaf piles, grass clippings, mulches, etc. 1-page, B/W.

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