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YDA GLOBAL

(Pest Control & Disinfection Service)

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Pest Control

Termites

Subterranean Termites are highly social insects that live and work in colonies. It has a highly organized system of dividing functions and tasks within the colony which is refer to its castes. The basic castes in a colony are queens, kings, alates, soldiers and workers.

Effective subterranean termite control relies on knowledge of their foraging and nesting habits.

Common Habitat

  • Subterranean termites must have constant access to water. Most species build their nests in moist environment.
  • Mud tubes are built up from the ground during their random foraging in order to sustain the moisture.

Feeding Habit

  • Feed on cellulose based material

Living Behavior

  • Social insects, living in an organized colony and have a clearly defined role for each individual.
  • Foraging for food randomly and continuously and lay down pheromone trail when successfully forage to lead the nestmates to the food source and aid them back to their nest.
  • Release defence and attack pheromones to send alarm signals to their nestmates.
  • Usually foraging within 15-20 linear meter side way from the colony.

Harmful Cause

  • Damage to Structures. Termite infestation could compromise the structural integrity of a building
  • Damage to Other Property. Termites do not just feed on wood but cellulose based material. There have even been report of termite damaging plastic or lead sheathings of underground cables and even money.
  • Cause economic losses in Agriculture Plantation especially oil palm tree in Malaysia.

Ants

Common Habitat

  • Most species build their nests outdoor in moist environment such as in soil, rotten woods, rotten logs, leaf axils, leaf litters, tree holes, under potted plants/rocks, etc.
  • Some species build their nests indoor such as wall voids, other cracks and crevices, behind baseboards, electrical switch boxes, etc.

Feeding Habit

  • Feed on almost any types of food preferably sugar-, protein-, and oil-based foods.

Living Behavior

  • Social insects, living in an organized colony and have a clearly defined role for each individual.
  • Groom and exchange food/liquid among nestmates.
  • Lay pheromone trail when forage to lead the nestmates to the food source and aid them back to their nest.
  • Release defence and attack pheromones to send alarm signals to their nestmates.

Harmful Cause

  • Nuisance
  • Food contamination and spread disease because they can scavenge for food in garbage areas, dog excrement and other unsanitary areas. These disease carrying organisms can then be tracked into our homes and onto our food.
  • Bite and sting may cause pustules and blisters.
  • Unsightly ant trails and mounds. In some instances ants have caused cracks in paths due to their excavations.

Cockroaches

Our buildings are ideal for cockroaches because they provide food, water, warmth and shelter. Cockroaches can breed rapidly and they are highly resilient. Controlling them is vital at the earliest phase as they breed and infest very fast.

Effective cockroach control relies on knowledge of their foraging and nesting habits:

Common Habitat

  • Warm and humid areas where food and water are readily available such as food preparation areas, drains, sewers, garbage dumps, etc.
  • Prefer to hide in dark and secluded areas such as under stoves, refrigerators, sinks, plumbing areas, dishwashers, drink dispensers, wall voids, other cracks and crevices, etc.

Feeding Habit

  • Feed on organic matters such as meat, grease, starchy and sugary types of food, etc.

Living Behavior

  • Always live in a group.
  • Active at night and usually hide during the day.
  • Prefer to move along the side of the walls rather than open spaces.

Harmful Cause

  • Spread disease by transporting bacteria and organisms from sewers and other unsanitary sources to food and food handling surfaces and utensils.
  • Contaminate food with their droppings, their dead casts (outer skeleton) discarded Cockroach egg cases even dead Cockroaches and vomit marks.
  • Seriously harm the reputation of a business. The appearance of Cockroaches in the public areas of a business can cause a huge loss of goodwill. Even your staff can find the presence of Cockroaches quite repulsive.
  • Cause unpleasant odour due to secretions from their mouths and outer shell. These are particularly severe when large populations are present.
  • May cause asthma and allergies.

Rodents

Our buildings are ideal for rats/rodents because they provide food, water, warmth and shelter. For these reasons you may notice more rats/rodents inside buildings in the cooler months. home has been invaded by rodents best is to tend to it urgently. Areas infested by rats can be in high risks especially if you have children or pets. Any delay in controlling them can cause severe damage to your property and put a big hole in your wallet.

Effective rat/rodent control relies on knowledge of their foraging and nesting habits:

Common Habitat

  • Underground burrows (Sewer rats).
  • Above ground such as attics, rafters, eaves, trees, bushes, shrubs, etc. (Roof rats).
  • Near to stored food (House mice).

Feeding Habit

  • Omnivores – feed on plant and animal materials.

Living Behavior

  • Active at night.
  • Gnaw to keep their continuously growing teeth short.
  • Can climb, jump, and swim very well.

Harmful Cause

  • Spread disease to humans via their droppings or urine
  • Spread sickness and death via parasites such as fleas and intestinal worms.
  • Cause extensive physical damage to doors, skirting boards, books, food containers and upholstery.
  • Spoil and Contaminate food with their droppings, urine or fur.

Mosquitoes

The mosquitoes are a family of small, midge-like flies: the Culicidae. Although a few species are harmless or even useful to humanity, most are a nuisance because they consume blood from living vertebrates, including humans. The females of many species of mosquitoes are blood eating pests. In feeding on blood, some of them transmit extremely harmful human and diseases, such as malaria, yellow fever and filariasis.

Harmful Cause

The Mosquito carries many potentially dangerous diseases and as the move from one person, or animal, to another, they infect the new host with these diseases. The Mosquito with the most infamous reputation is that of the Anopheles genus. In Africa alone this tiny insect kills one child under the age of five every thirty seconds.

What We Recommend

Kill the mosquito by grabbing it out of the air. Unless you practice this a great deal, you will find it hard to accomplish and the air of your moving hand gives the mosquito plenty of warning, and can even blow it out of your grasp. Mosquitoes are attracted to warm bodies, so staying cool is an effective way to avoid bites. They also appear to like black, blue and red the most. In addition, don't wear scent when outdoors during mosquito season. Mosquitoes are attracted to sweat, but the act of sweating can mask more effective attractors of mosquitoes, such as perfumes.

Flies

Flies are the best known of the house-infesting flies (photo at the top of the page). Flies generally are gray, with the thorax marked with broad dark stripes. There is often some yellow coloring along the sides that differentiates them from face flies.

Harmful Cause

These flies cause annoyance and discomfort, and can also be harmful to human and animal health. Their presence alone is often annoying to people, but the true effects they have on humanity go largely unseen. Some flies carry very deadly diseases and infest grain and meat in large numbers.

What We Recommend

Practices that remove breeding areas are fundamental to the control of filth-breeding flies, such as house flies and blow flies. Remove or cover garbage regularly and clean spilled animal feed and manure. Proper management of a compost pile is important. Removal of other breeding areas, such as overripe fruit (fruit flies) or the gelatinous material down the drain (drain flies) is also fundamental to their control.

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