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Mothballs: Proper Use and Alternative Controls for Clothes Moths

There are many ways to control clothes moths, including sanitary, structural, and chemical methods. This broad approach is known as Integrated Pest Management. If you use mothballs, there are some things you should know to keep you, your family, and your pets safe.

By Dave Stone, Tim Stock | OSU Extension Catalog

El control de polillas: Las bolas de naftalina y ostros metodos

Spanish translation of PNW 606.

By Dave Stone, Tim Stock | OSU Extension Catalog

Keep Pets Safe Around Pesticides

Pesticides can be effective in controlling pests, but they can also be dangerous to pets. This publication describes hazards to pets from use of molluscicides, insecticides aimed at fleas and ticks, rodenticides, and herbicides. There are also descriptions of ways to control these pests without...

By Dave Stone | OSU Extension Catalog

Toxic Blooms in Oregon Waters

Cyanobacteria are a type of photosynthetic bacteria commonly referred to as blue green algae. Like many bacteria, some cyanobacteria can produce toxins harmful to humans, pets, livestock and wildlife. When cyanobacteria begin to grow rapidly this can result in a bloom, which is a dense and often...

By Dave Stone | OSU Extension Catalog

Yesterday's Orchard, Today's Home: Legacy Pesticides on Former Orchards

Residues of lead arsenate, DDT, and other persistent pesticides may be in soil where orchards once grew and homes now stand. This report discusses how to investigate former pesticide use and current pesticide residues on your property, soil and water sampling and testing, and what to do about...

By Dave Stone, Kim Anderson | OSU Extension Catalog

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