Lawn Care and Rodent Awareness Week: October 16 -22, 2022

Fall is filled with exciting holidays. Although most people are familiar with the well-known days like Halloween and Thanksgiving, some of the lesser-known holidays in October include National Do Something Nice Day and National Get to Know Your Customers Day.

Kill All The Golfers?

And now there’s another “holiday” to celebrate — Rodent Awareness Week. This event runs from October 16th through October 22nd. Timed perfectly to coincide with the season when rodents are finding shelter for the colder months, this week is the ideal time to learn about rodent treatment and prevention.

Kidding Is Over

Rodent Awareness Week, an annual designation established by the Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA) serves as the public outreach arm of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), also uses this week to encourage homeowners to work with a qualified pest control professional to address rodent issues.

Know Your Enemy

The Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA), which serves as the public outreach arm of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), is educating homeowners during Rodent Awareness Week, taking place Oct. 16-22, 2022.

Beware Of The Bush

As the pest control industry gears up for seasonal influx of rodent infestations with cooler weather approaching, the PPMA is trying to raise public awareness about these pests and the harm they can cause. We wish they would do it humanely.

Au Revoir Gopheir

6 thoughts on “Lawn Care and Rodent Awareness Week: October 16 -22, 2022

  1. This is hilarious. The Holler is beset by gophers. They came right up to my toes in my rattlesnake boots and challenge me directly. I run away from such audacity.

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  2. Happily for us, any rodents sharing Fort Meidinger with us stay in their own areas. Loved the photos of the dogs with the squirrel.

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