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Itch mites are tiny little parasites that feed on larvae and other small insects. The itch mites tend to recede as their host insects die off.
Skin mite infestations of human habitats can be extremely difficult to control. The skin mites are microscopic and are difficult to capture so you can show them to someone. Consequently, no one wants to believe you have a mite infestation.
Dust mites and dust mite allergens are tenants in your home and will never be entirely evicted. However, there are some preventative strategies that can help kill dust mites as well as reducing the symptoms of dust mite allergies.
For most people dust mites do not cause any problems. Unfortunately, they can be a real headache for those who have asthma or allergies. Using HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters, as well as other small things you can do around your home, can help keep dust mites at a minimum.
The house dust mite is common and abundant. All homes have dust mites, regardless of the steps you take to get rid of them. Read how you can reduce house dust mite populations.
People are suffering from unending bird mite infestations. No matter what steps they take, the mites keep coming. Here's a mite control product that claims to provide relief.
Bird mites are most likely the problem if you are getting itchy red bumps that stick around way longer than mosquito bites. Check inside for info on how to get rid of bird mites, once and for all.
Mange may be causing Fido's hair loss and itching behind his ears. Learn how to cure your dog of the mange mites living on his skin so he will be known around the neighborhood as a mangy mutt no more.
No pesticides are currently labeled for house dust mites. There are a couple of non-pesticide products containing benzyl benzoate and tannic acid on the market. Still, heavy duty cleaning is still the best solution to dust mite infestations.
Dust mites are all in the news. People with allergies find themselves running out to purchase mattress and box spring covers in the hopes of protecting themselves from dust mites. First, have yourself examined by a doctor to make sure you know what allergies are causing your nose to run and eyes water.
***image1*** Different spider mites are active at different times during the year. The twospotted spider mite is a warm season mite, while the spruce spider mite is a common cool season mite.
***image2***How can anything so small cause so much itching? Chiggers find their way on to parts of our bodies, bite and leave us itching for days.
***image2***Clover mites manage to get through the smallest of cracks. Window screens are no match for this marauding pest. These tiny bugs present a challenge for pest control managers.