The increasing pest population is alarming nationwide in Australia & should be bothered by the “plague of mice” infesting the crops in rural east areas and home. The locals turned to intensive baiting programmes, but there is no success.
The heat of summer and the hefty rainfalls could contribute to this increase. That is, climate change is one factor driving the spread of pests. In addition, according to experts, temperature and precipitation are the significant drivers of shifts in how and where pests and diseases spread. It can affect the population size, survival rate, geographical distribution of problems, and the intensity, development, and geographical distribution of diseases.
Common pests such as:
- Rodents and
- Termites — are associated with a damp and moist environment. It is their ideal season to breed.
But getting your regular pest control services can help manage the pest numbers, so you avoid the damage caused by pest infestations.
Our Next To Worry: The Increasing Pest Population – Bush Rats and Possums
Increasing pest population means danger to humane kind. Two pests are hard to control and can bring trouble and risk to your home. These are:
Sources: A1 Pest Control Canberra