1. General Disinfestations 


Under this treatment we use to spray the premises from inside & outside with a   selective chemicals for an effective control of house hold pest like Mosquitoes, Cockroaches, House Flies, Bed Bugs, Rats and other crawling insects which not only affect the surroundings but also act as a vector to spread various types of disease. This treatment is echo friendly and does not have any harm on the members as well as the beneficiaries.

1) Cockroaches
They develop by the gradual metamorphosis having eggs, nymphs and adult stages. The female produces a purse-shaped egg case called the “ootheca” containing two rows of eggs. The nymphs resemble adults but are smaller and lack functioning wings. They molt several times, after last molt the wings are fully developed and the cockroaches are sexually mature.Important species of cockroaches are
  • American cockroach (Periplaneta Americana)
  • German cockroaches (Blattella germanica)
  • Oriental cockroaches (Blatta orientalis)
  • Brown banded cockroaches (supella longipalpa) and
  • Brown cockroaches (periplaneta brumea)
2) Ant
We deal with every type of ant - the most common being the black garden ant. If you have an ant issue indoors - the chances are you'll never find the nest. The nest will be hidden in or below the foundations or in a cavity you can't access. However, we have an ant treatment that the workers will take back to the ant nest, destroying the nest. If it's flying ants, then we have some very effective contact insecticides that will resolve that issue for you. You may need more than one ant treatment.\n Give MG Pest Control a call regarding your ant problem. We'll talk you through what is needed to help get rid of your ant problem.
3) House Flies
The house fly Musca domestica is one of the most common house pests in the world. This is one of the largest groups of organisms, there have been about 120000 species of flies formally described by scientist.\n The earliest fossil flies are known from the upper Triassic of the Mesozoic geological period. Some 225 million years ago.\n Warm summer conditions are best suited for the development and it can complete its life cycle in as little as 7 to 10 days and as many as 10 to 12 generations in one summer. Female can lay 500 eggs in several batches of about 75 to 150 eggs depending upon the size of the female.\n It is not only a nuisance pest but greater concern is as carrier of many disease organisms which numbers more than 100. Flies spread the organisms which causes diseases like typhoid, paratyphoid, fevers, diarrheas, dysentery, cholera, gastroenteritis, ameoboisis, helminthes infestation, conjunctivitis, trachoma, anthrax and poliomyelitis etc. which may sometimes fetal. \n Housekeeping and proofing are important when tackling flying insects. But also using the right fly killers. \n 'Zappers' are expensive to run. In addition, they blast pathogens out into the surrounding area (causing stomach upsets). They won't catch the really small ones (too small to sufficiently bridge the gaps in the grid). Therefore, we tend to steer clear of these in most settings (there are some settings where they are useful though) \n If you're trying to protect a kitchen or food area of some sort, we recommend using sticky board technology fly killers. These are cheaper to run, and all flying insects get stuck, not blasted. Therefore, no pathogens are blasted onto food prep areas for example. \n Are you a residential customer? Perhaps with hundreds of blowfly insects suddenly appearing indoors. Then, probably something has died under the floor boards - probably a mouse. Give us Green Life Pest Control a call.
4) Mosquitoes
Since the days of the early European explorers mosquitoes have played a prominent role both as pest and carriers of diseases. Various Spanish, English and French accounts tells of mosquito abundance sufficient to force early explorers to sleep on the beads and cover themselves with sand to protect themselves from mosquito bite.\n The adult mosquitoes are small, fragile insect with slender bodies, one pair of narrow wings and three pairs of long slender legs.\n They vary in length from 5 mm to 15 mm. Mosquitoes have an elongate proboscis with piercing and sucking type of mouth parts with which the female bites and feed on blood. Male mosquitoes feed only on plant nectar.\n

2. Termite Treatment 


Termite Fact Sheet
  • 3,50,000 formosan, termite can consume 19 linear feet of pine studs per year.
  • 60,000 eastern subterranean termites can consume 3 linear feet of pine studs per year.
  • Colonies of formosan termite contain 1,000,000 to 7,000,000 workers.
  • Colonies of subterranean termite contain 200,000 to 5,000,000 workers.
  • Formosans can cover 21,780 sq.ft. in a colony.
  • Subterranean termite can cover 14,520 sq.ft. in a colony.
  • A colony or nest of subterranean termite may be up to 18-20 ft. below the soil surface to protect it from extreme weather conditions.
  • Termites are undisputedly the most destructive of all structural pests. The National Pest Control Association estimates that termites cause 1.5 billion dollars of damage to structures annually and that an additional 1 billion dollars is spent on their treatment.
a) Pre Construction Anti Termite Treatment: IS: 6313: 1981-1991 (Part II)

As per the Indian Standard Specification the above treatment is undertaken in five different stages as the construction work progresses. Which are as under –\n\n i. Bottom and sides of trenches\n ii. Backfill in immediate contact with foundation\n iii. Junction of wall and floor\n iv. Top surface of plinth filling\n v. External perimeter of building\n

b) Post Construction Anti Termite Treatment: IS: 6313: 1981-91 (Part III)

Under this treatment the site will be treated as under-\n\n i. Drilling/Trenching will be done along with the outer periphery of the building and the same will be filled with termiticide solution of required concentration.\n ii. Drilling will be done along with the inner periphery of the building and the same will be filled with termiticide solution of required concentration. \n iii. Drilling will be done on recommended distance to the existing wooden structures of the building.\n iv. Spray will be done on new wooden structures, if any.\n v. Spray will be done on the walls of the building.

c) Wood & Furniture treatment

The most damaging animals that attack wooden structures are the termites. The beetles are the next most important group of insects, which attack wood. There are 2 kinds – Those that will re-infest the wood they have emerged from until the wood can no longer be used and must be replaced. Those that emerge from wood after it has been milled and installed for whatever use it was intended, but for one or another reason can not attack the same piece of wood again.

Source Of Infestation
  • Cracks in foundation permit hidden points of entry from soil,
  • Wood framing members in contact with earth fill under concrete slab,
  • Debris support termite colony until large population attacks super structure,
  • Foundation wall to low permits wood to contact soil,
  • Footing too low or soil, causes wood soil contact,
  • Mud sill and / or posts in contact with soil
  • Porch steps in contact with soil, also watch for ladders,
  • Improper maintenance of soil piled against pier footing,
  • Wood girder entering recess and foundation wall,
  • Vegetation against siding and foundation,
  • Unusual construction conditions,

3. Wood Borer Treatment 


Wood Destroying Organism

The most damaging animals that attack wooden structures are the termites. The beetles are the next most important group of insects, which attack wood on the basis of distinctive habits and the problem solving challenges the beetles rank near the top. There are 2 kinds.

  • Those that will re-infest the wood they have emerged from until the wood can no longer be used and must be replaced.
  • Those that emerge from wood after it has been milled and installed for whatever use it was intended, but for one or another reason can not attack the same piece of wood again.
Third in importance, depending upon geographical locations, are the bees, wasps and ants.\n\n There was an average of 82000 reports submitted by licensed Pest Control operators, subterranean termites were found in 43%, dry wood in 83%, wood rot in 21%, beetles in 2% and damp wood termites in less than 1%. In 41% of the inspections, faulty grade level was present, in 33% early wood contact was discovered and in 26% no infestation and no apparent conditions which could lead to an infestation were found.
Wood Destroying Insect
Wood destroying organisms other than subterranean termite cause million of dollars in damage to wood product every year.
Beetles Damaging Wood
  • FALSE BEETLES DAMAGING WOOD- (family Bostrichidae)
  • LONG HORNED BORER – (Family cerambycidae)
  • FLATHEADED BORERS – (Family Buprestidae)
  • BARK BEETLES – (Family scolytidae)
Wasps, Bees, and ants as timber pests
  • WOOD WASPS- (family – siricidae)
  • CARPENTER BEES- (family – Anthophoridae)
Sources and causes of structural pest problems
  • Water and Moisture
  • Soil types, textures, depths and chemistry
  • Earth to wood contact

4. Rodent Control 


Wood Destroying Organism

Generally the rodents are described as commensal, field, urban, domestic and wild on the basis of their relations with man. They belong to class mammalia, order Rodentia and family Muridae.\n They are very sensitive to light, smell and noise. They posses remarkable capacity to adjust themselves to any environmental condition and run about seeking food during any part of the day or night. Rats always like to run next to wall or the runways.\n Rodents not only feed on grains, but contaminate 20 times more than what they consume, with their urine, hairs, faces and even some times with their own dead bodies. The estimate of food grains losses by rodents in our country ranges from 2-4 million tons to 26 million tons every year.\n There are more than 4000 species of mammals, of which about 1700 are rodents (Anderson & Knox 1967) of the rodents the family muridae contains the most species and of the genera the genus Rattus. However not all the 1700 rodents species are pests. About 150 species have been defined as a pest at some locality, to some crop at some time or another, but only 20 could be termed most important (Fall 1980). In connection with post harvest losses, the number of species occurring in and around human habitation drops to below ten.\n

  • Domestic Rodents - Living with man, examples are Rattus rattus and Mus musculus which nest and live actually in the houses with man.
  • Commensal Rodents- Living on man but not actually with man. Examples are Rattus noregicus and Rattus frugivorus. Their habit of preying on main food and on his waste products drives them to enter the human habits but they do not remain or nest there.
  • Field Rodents- Living on man but away from man. Example is Bandicota bengalersis.
  • Wild Rodents- living without man, example Merianes hurriane. They avoid man, feed on wild plants.
There can not be definite classification. A single species in the same area can be both wild and field as the field and commensal or again field and domestic. Bandicota bengalersis a typical field species shows a tendency to move into towns and become a true commensal rat, while black rat can be both domestic and field.
Nature and extent of damages
Rodent damages both way i.e. quantitative and qualitative and varied so extensively to make out any realistic estimate of the losses. However it turns into millions of dollars per year all over the world. The damage caused by rodents can be broadly divided into the following categories-
  • Food losses–storage & field
  • Damage to articles of daily use
  • Damage to structures and installations
  • Public health hazards
Evaluating the rodent population
There are several indicators of the rodent population in or around the storage structure or the flourmills or processing plants- \n\n Sound: Gnawing, Climbing noises in wall squeaks.\n Droppings: Along walls, behind objects and near food supplies.\n Burrows: Rat burrows are indicated by fresh digging along foundations, through floorboards, into wall spaces.\n Runs: Look for dust free areas along walls and behind store materials.\n Gnawing Marks: Look for wood chips around boards, bins, crates, fresh-gnawing marks will be pale in color.\n Rodent odors: Persistent musk like odor is positive sign.\n Smudge marks: There may be found or pipes or rafters, where dirt and oil frame their fur leaves a greasy film.\n Visual sighting: Day light sighting of mice is very common, Rats are seen in daylight only if populations are high. Quietly enter your barn at night wait the silence for five minutes and listen for the sound of rodent activity. Look around with a powerful flashlight, rat eyes will reflect the light.\n Feeding locations: Rats will drag food scraps to the entrance of the burrows and other locations where they feed. Gnawed bones, food wrappers and other debris will be evident at there locations.\n Urine: The presence of urine odor is a clear indication of rat presence. Urine traces are fluorescent in ultraviolet light. Where available, ultraviolet lamps can be used to look for the traces of rat urine.\n
The use of chemical compounds in controlling rodent pest is becoming more popular method now a day. The chemical Rodent Control method comprises of Fumigants, Tracking powders, Poisons, Chemosterilant, repellents and attractants. The poisons used for killing the rodents are known as Rodenticides, being poisonous are to be used carefully because of hazards to other animals of the surroundings.The chemical control can be undertaken as follows:
  • Burrow Fumigation (places of Breeding & hibernation)
  • Burrow Fumigation (places of Breeding & hibernation)
Burrow Fumigation
The control of rodents by fumigation of burrows can be very effective but it may be expensive and dangerous one. It should be remembered through that the gas must have access to burrows if there are present in the building. Burrows should be open and the fumigant used must be heavier than air. \n\n For effective burrow fumigation first off all, live burrows has to be traced, for this one has to conduct detailed survey in and out side the premises and live burrows can be traced out by flagging methods.\n After live burrows are traced, fumigate the live burrows by putting the required quantity of fumigant in side the burrow. One Aluminium phosphide pellets of 0.6 gms is sufficient for a single burrow.\n After putting or inserting the fumigant close the burrow firmly by placing glass pieces in side with the soil.\n Have a regular watch over the burrows, which are fumigated for their re-opening.\n Place one tablespoon of tracking powder in the reopened burrows and close them firmly.\n \n The tracking powder is a contact as well as stomach poison and it also has longer residual effect when compared to that of celphos. This should by done by only trained operator.\n
Poison Baiting
Baiting is the effective and easy method of serving the poison to rodents by mixing it with most preferred food or the attractants. Before baiting one should remember that rats living in and around buildings are particularly suspicious of new object such as baits, bait station or traps. Therefor it may take some time before there are accepted by rats. For this reason it is important that once there objects are placed they are not touched or removed again. If a bait or trap has not been touched even after a week the rats are probably not nearby and it should be moved to another location.\n \n As rule operators should be supplied only with Ready-to-use baits, firstly the mining can be dangerous to operator, secondly the wrong concentration of rodenticides may lead to bait-shyness. It is believed that Ready-to-use baits are costly but normally Ready-to-use baits do not increase the costs substantially.\n \n Two types of rodenticides are available for bait preparation:
  • Acute Poisons
  • Chronic Poison
The company is executing rodent control treatment on most rational basis through a systematic study of Rats behavior, habits and habitat, bionomics, identification and nature of damage caused.



Weed control is nearly always designed to prevent or suppress the weed infestation. Eradication is attempted only in regulatory weed program is in relatively small, confined areas such as greenhouse or plant beds. Be sure that the plants are not susceptible to weed control i.e. Herbicides, generally, the more similar the desirable plant and the weed species are to one another, the more difficult is the weed control. For example broad leaf weeds are usually more difficult to control in broad leaf crops and grass weeds are often difficult to control in grass crops. A plan to control weeds may include: Biological control, Cultural control, including sanitation, Chemical control, Integrated weed control



The birds not only damage the food grains in fields but also damage the stores appreciably (both qualitatively and quantitatively). Average consumption by birds’ ranges from 8-25 gms. Per day. Besides eating grains in the field and godowns, they are also responsible for spoilage, contamination with excreta, feathers and dead bodies. Some of them are responsible for spreading diseases. They also create nuisance by producing variety of unpleasant sounds and also create unhygienic conditions in and around the warehouses, stores, and buildings etc. Therefore it is essential to control the birds just to eliminate the losses caused by birds.



The distribution of honeybees is not limited to our country, but it occurs all over the world. They are social insects and live in large colonies. They build combs of wax, secreted as a secretion from ventral wax plates of abdomen, which solidifies in contact with the air. The combs are fixed on the under surface of some support, hanging downwards and are made up of cube series of hexagonal cells, which are jointed back to back and open sideways. The comb serves as a storehouse of honey and a cradle for the young ones.