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  1. nobugs
    nobugs November 16, 2010 at 1:54 pm |

    Re: your comments on types of pesticides used: Propoxur is currently banned for indoor use and so is not being used in the US to fight bed bugs at this time. (Ohio has lobbied the EPA to lift this ban under certain conditions, but this has not been granted so far.)

    Also, your readers need to be aware that first instar nymph bed bugs (the first of 5 nymphal stages) are only 1 mm long, and transparent in color before feeding, bright red after. They differ a great deal in size and color from later life stages.

  2. paul hibbert
    paul hibbert November 28, 2010 at 5:19 pm |

    I found a decontamination company that’s very effective in eradicating bed bugs and they’re completely green and non-toxic. http://www.decongreeninc.com

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