Codling moth control Codling moth is the main cause of maggots in apples and pears, ruining your fruit. Pheromone traps, followed by nematodes and insecticide sprays are common options for codling moth control.
Slugs and snails are extremely common in UK gardens, and can wander into houses too. They feed on a variety of vegetable and ornamental plants, from hostas to potato tubers. They’re so common they often can’t be fully-eradicated, so slug collars are the best and easiest long-term solution.
Bed bugs are a common household pest in the UK, especially in cities, feeding on human blood. They live for 4-6 months and can go a long time without food, making them very hard to get rid of. Professional heat treatments followed by InsectoSec tape can be the most effective treatment.