The Caldwell County Extension Office is reminding the community that they’re still available to help with household, garden, and farm needs as spring ramps up and brings with it warmer weather, sunshine, pollen, and pests.
Shane Bogle, Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources, says that common household pests don’t know that coronavirus is spreading throughout the world so it’s important to keep up with your normal pest control measures.
He adds there are several different options for continuing treatments with pest control companies.
However, Bogle notes that if your normal pest control company is unavailable the Extension Office has implemented new remote services that can help homeowners figure out what pests may have moved in.
He is also reminding homeowners and community members that the Extension Office is still offering their other services for those who need it.
For more information about remote pest identification or other services offered at the Caldwell County Extension Office you can contact them at 270-365-2787 or contact Shane Bogle at 270-625-4653.