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Another option for controlling roaches is sticky traps, which will probably put only a small dent in a moderate or large infestation.
To treat a small termite infestation, companies quoted prices ranging from $600 to $2,000 to Checkbook’s undercover shoppers.
Some companies recommend treatment when there is neither an active infestation nor a serious threat of one.
Ralph had been seen at the school, and the resulting reports of an infestation had gotten to the newspaper.
On the Klamath National Forest some years ago about 900 acres were treated for insect infestation.
OUR NATIONAL FORESTSRICHARD H. DOUAI BOERKER
There are many administrative measures which are practiced on the National Forests, which aim to prevent insect infestation.
OUR NATIONAL FORESTSRICHARD H. DOUAI BOERKER
Only a few weeks ago we found a rather bad infestation in the vicinity of Tivoli.
No infestation had been noted in previous years, although in 1945 the crop was not harvested at all.
Superparasitism, sū-pėr-par′a-sīt-izm, n. the infestation of parasites by other parasites.
Another subject of interest and importance to the ranger is the study of insect infestation.
THE LAKE OF THE SKYGEORGE WHARTON JAMES

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