RESOURCE CENTER

Helpful articles, Tips And More

Insects, rodents and wildlife are a part of life - sometimes an annoying one.  The Rottler team has put together this Resource Center to help property owners in St. Louis and Mid-Missouri understand more about the pests that live around them.  From basic identification to more in-depth articles covering a wide range of topics including health and safety risks, prevention tips and treatment options, discover more about the pests that surround you.  

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Pest Library

Visit our Pest Library to learn more about pests including what they look like and why they might be infesting your home or business. 

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Pest Articles 

Everything you need to know about insect, rodent and wildlife pests including tips and tricks to help you keep them out for good. 

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Lawn Articles

Advice on lawn pests and disease as well as lawn care tips  for Missouri property owners who want to achieve and maintain a healthy lawn. 

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Ask The Entomologist 

Need help identifying a pest or just have a couple questions? Submit your question to Rottler's on-staff entomologist. 

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Rottler's Blog 

Find out what's happening in the pest control industry and at Rottler, and what pests are active right now in St. Louis and Mid-Missouri.

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SDS And Labels

A comprehensive list of product labels and safety information for any and all products used by Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions.

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