Macomb County Pest Control

Insects in the Summer

Overwintering Wasps/Yellow Jackets/Hornets
Summer’s Uninvited Guests: A Guide to Insects in the Summer
As the sun shines brighter and temperatures soar, summer arrives with a buzz – literally! Insects like mosquitoes, bees, and butterflies come out to play, some welcomed, others not so much. In this post, we’ll explore the world of insects in the summer, their benefits, and some tips on how to coexist with them.
The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful
While some insects like mosquitoes and flies can be nuisances, others like bees and butterflies
are essential pollinators. Fireflies light up the night with their magical glow, and ladybugs keep gardens pest-free. Even ants, though pesky, play a crucial role in ecosystems.
Summer Insect Care Tips
  • Keep your yard clean: Regularly clean up food waste and debris to discourage pests.
  • Plant insect-friendly flowers: Attract beneficial insects with nectar-rich blooms.
  • Use natural repellents: Citronella, lemongrass, and lavender can keep mosquitoes at bay.
Insects in the summer may be a mixed bag, but they’re an integral part of our ecosystem. By appreciating their importance and taking simple steps to coexist, we can enjoy the warmth and beauty of summer with our tiny, six-legged friends.











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