Tallahassee, FL (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Florida will get monetary help to fight pests. Based on a report from the miamiherald.com, the state will receive $6 million aid to help control diseases and eliminate agricultural pests. In response, My Cleaning Products commented that bed bugs should have been included on the list of pests targeted to be eradicated. But because it's not, it suggested residents to take personal steps to protect themselves from the pests. It advised them to prepare Bed Bug Bully and urged them to get a complimentary sample of it to test its effectiveness.
My Cleaning Products said that according to the report posted on March 29, 2013, the fund was set generally for the elimination of the pests that threaten Florida's agriculture. Particularly, it was allotted for the detector dog teams, citrus research, avocado protection and a honey bee survey, it shared. Apart from that, it said that it was also reserved to fund the “Traveler's Don't Pack a Pest Outreach Program,” a project that aims to heed people not to bring pests and diseases to Florida.
The said money, MCP shared based on the report, is a federal funding taken from the Farm Bill. Adam Putnam, the Agriculture Commissioner, announced that in a statement on Friday, it detailed.
Below is a part of the said post Florida to Receive Pest-Control Aid Worth $6M by My Cleaning Products.
“Good news - Florida will get $6 million funding for disease-control and pest-eradication. Bad news - it was not specified if any of it would be used to fight bed bugs.
According to a report, the said federal funding would be used particularly on eliminating the pests that threaten Florida's agriculture. The said amount is coming from the federal Farm Bill as said by Adam Putnam, the Agriculture Commissioner, in a statement on Friday.”
According to My Cleaning Products, it's a given that pests bring in problems. Hence, they must be eliminated, it said.
Nonetheless, though bed bugs are not agricultural pests, their elimination should have been included on the targets of the $6M pest control aid that Florida will receive, MCP commented. As the number of bed bug infestations increases across the country, it added that the government should do something about it.
But whether there is help from the government or not, the company stated that the public must take steps to protect themselves and their family from the pests. One effective and safe step that they could take, it said, is to have a Bed Bug Bully prepared.
As it explained, Bed Bug Bully is a bed bug spray proven effective by many pest control companies, hotel managers and house owners. Apart from that, it shared that it is also pesticide-exempt as approved by FIFRA 25(b). And because of its effectiveness and safety, it highly recommended its use to everybody.
Additionally, MCP stated that samples of Bed Bug Bully are now available. To test the solution, it urged the public to grab a Complimentary Sample of Bed Bug Bully from MyCleaningProducts.com.
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