Often known as pantry pests, moths can infest grain, dried herbs, and natural fiber clothing. Know your options for getting rid of stored food pests in grocery stores, mills, processing plants, or bulk storage facilities.
Small in size, beetles can go undetected until they chew through packaging or lay eggs in raw materials, damaging stored inventory.
Moths fly in the face of food auditors and leave webbing and feces in the foods they infest.
It helps to have a storehouse of knowledge when it comes to managing the pests that invade your stored products.
Stored product pests can be found in box seams, between bags, and under liners or pallets. Indian meal moths often fly near infested products.
Seek out the source of moth or beetle infestations by looking for crawling larvae in potential food sources.
Stored food pests thrive in the smallest of food sources; spills that accumulate in floor cracks, equipment, hollow posts, and rack joints are particularly vulnerable, so look there for infestations.
Mating disruption service is an alternative to fumigation, reduces reliance on pesticides and effectively limits seasonal spikes in insect activity. It's ideal for seed production, shell nut growers, grain storage, raw agricultural commodities and certified organic operations.