With the arrival of high temperatures, new “tenants” in our homes: cockroaches. Also known as this insect exploding anyone Blattodea, scientific name, It is an unpleasant companion of summer nights, and the lack of rain accompanied by the rise in thermometers makes these undesirables multiply. vermin trying to reproduce and feed, so usually rubbish.
scientific name Blattodea The Latin Blatta comes from the combination of the Greek holidays “cockroach” and “looks like”. There are more than 3,500 recognized species in the cockroach family, but all over the world spanish region just defined five different types: most german cockroach or blond (blatella german), black cockroach (blatta oriental), american cockroach (american periplanet), supella longipalpa and Periplaneta australasia.
But in the south of Spain, and especially in the province of Alicante, the ones we can find most often are: german cockroach (Blattella germanica)ceastern black cockroachfeared american cockroach that it can fly as if its size weren’t enough. If some cockroach flies.
Preventing these unpleasant insects from sneaking into the house is quite complicated especially if we live on low floors, so it’s a good idea to place them in our home to control them. homemade cockroach traps
To deal with his scary appearance cockroaches and their eggs we have an excellent ally: sodium bicarbonate. dir-dir substance very poisonous cockroach and it is extremely effective to destroy them, but cockroaches are not stupid and a bait to lure them in.
Our other ideal partner in this case is: Candy. The sweet smell and taste of sugar will invariably attract people’s attention. cockroaches that will attract baking sodawhat will you buy kill them in a few seconds.
prepare this trap for kill cockroaches It is very simple with baking soda and sugar. By mixing the baking soda and sugar in equal proportions in a bowl, you should ensure that the effect occurs immediately and apply the mixture to the parts of the house where you detect the presence of cockroaches. For example, hot and humid places such as appliance motors, breadbaskets (which they love too), cupboards or kitchen door frames.