One pest control company has compiled their “Top 50 Bedbug Cities” list. Find out where Washington, D.C. and Baltimore rank this year. (Spoiler: it isn’t good.)
The D.C. area will soon be beset by Japanese beetles, and now is the time to prepare. WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath has a few tips on how to keep these invasive pests out of your garden.
Though more than half of resident complaints did not turn up evidence of rat infestation, the city is about to devote even more resources to dealing with the problem, with new funding set to kick in this coming October.
Are ants taking over your house? WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath gives tips on how to keep these irritating insects out of your home.
A rat-free D. C.? Well, maybe not quite, but efforts to control the District’s rat population is getting a boost.
Local insects are putting “the beat down” on stink bugs, a University of Maryland entomology professor says. But will that mean we’ll be seeing fewer of them this year?
This New Year’s, resolve to maintain a healthy, lush chemical free lawn with helpful tips from Garden Editor Mike McGrath.
D.C. drops to No. 8 among the top 50 cities for bed bugs. Unfortunately, D.C., Richmond, Baltimore and Salisbury are on this list.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.