Alabama infestations of bedbugs
Bedbugs are back in Alabama, but not too many folks seem to be aware of it … and that helps spread the infestation. [if you don’t know what a BedBug looks like, read THIS post]
The BedBugNewsReports has been covering the spread of Bedbugs across the USA for a few years now, but someplaces, [like Alabama] seem to not have the press coverage of this growing problem.
Hello, my tasty-human friends. I’m MrBedBug, Chief SpokesBug for FLfresh.com and EcoBugFREE, the BedBug Eliminator. I am a TV star on MrBedBug-TV on YouTube and Editor of the BedBug News Reports.com
“We”, BedBugs, were almost completely wiped-out, just after the “BigWar”… when the “boys” came home from “Dubba-Dubba-2”, they had new chemicals [like DDT] to make life “easy”. The problem is/was… BedBugs in Alabama were not completely eradicated, and those toxic chemicals are illegal now. In the more recent years, BedBugs have become more and more immune to the ever-more toxic chemicals used by the franchise pest control companies. Bedbugs in Alabama homes, apartments, public housing units, plus hotel/motels and shelters is becoming “news-worthy” again.
The GOOD NEWS? Bedbugs do NOT spread disease…but that’s about it.
The BAD NEWS? BedBugs are hitch-hikers. “We” follow you tasty-humans anywhere / everywhere you go. The only defense is awareness, and there’s not much of that in Alabama. Unless you want to start seeing Bedbugs in Alabama becoming such a problem that Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery and Mobile are listed on the “Top 50 Most BedBug infested cities” list, everyone needs to start paying-attention. Tuscaloosa is a […]