The diet of pill bugs is largely made up of decaying or decomposed plant matter such as leaves and wood fibers. Pill bugs will also eat living plants, especially in wet conditions. Pill bugs are known to eat many kinds of crops especially in areas prone to heavy rain and flooding. Pill bugs aren't the cleanest insect, besides their appetite for decaying plant matter some species also feed on decaying animal flesh and feces. Pill bugs belong to the family of woodlice and are called roly polies because of their ability to roll up into a defensive ball to protect themselves.
How To Get Rid of Pill Bugs Pill bugs are occasional home invaders. If a pill bug has invaded a damp basement their may be a large number present inside the house. Pill bugs seek high moisture conditions, reduce moisture with a dehumidifier and also clean any excess vegetation and debris from around the home it will help control the pill bugs. Professional insect repellents can also help make the areas such as damp basements uninhabitable to pill bugs.
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Spring Touch can remove pill bugs and sow bugs with our perimeter insect control program. One of our trained and certified technicians will apply a safe and effective four-foot barrier around the home to keep insects from getting inside. After the first application pill bugs and sow bugs will begin to disappear and many kinds of insects will be under control for 28 days or more between applications. For more information call 507-388-9100 or go to our customer assistant website to Get A Free Instant Quote on your perimeter insect control program today.
Perimeter Insect Control
Protect Your Home.
The best way to keep insects out of the home is to eliminate the point of entry, and not only remove insects, but keep them from entering the home in the first place.
Keep The Bugs Out!
We will apply five perimeter insect control applications per year around the border of the home to prevent the entry of crawling or flying insects such as mosquitos, fleas and ticks, wasps and yellowjackets, spiders, ants, asian lady beetles, centipedes and ...