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Understanding the problem is the first step in finding a healthy solution. Once a pest is identified, you will be better able to determine the factors which limit its reproduction and survival potential. For example, all pests need water, shelter and food to survive.

By limiting one or more of these basic necessities you can significantly impact the number of pests present. Combined with natural control measures (listed below), a longer lasting, more significant impact is made.