Nuts and berries developing weeks ahead of normal are not the only things signalling the arrival of an early Autumn. Pest controllers are receiving calls about wasps four to five weeks earlier than normal and are finding nests that are much larger than usual for mid July. The early development means that later in the Summer some nests could be extremely large as the Queens will have had time to produce more eggs, resulting in more worker wasps and increasing the risks to anyone disturbing a nest.
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Autumn pest control
Shrieks of horror can be heard across the country as people finally succumb to the Autumn weather and dig out their warm woollies and coveted cashmere. This is when householders discover that while their precious pashminas were stored away they were providing a summer time feast for the dreaded clothes moth or Tineola bisselliella.