I defeated a swarm of annoying kudzu bugs. Read this page and you'll know how to get rid of kudzu bugs too...
Date: July 14
From: Tommy Mills
Since you're here reading this page, I'm sure you know how disgusting it is to have kudzu bugs infesting your home.
These little devils are relentless. And if you've already killed a bunch of them like I originally did, you know all too well that they give off a nasty odor.
Once these bugs release their foul odor, the smell can last for weeks and will even attract more of their little friends for months to come. You need to take control of the problem now!
Here is My Story
In the fall, my home here in Georgia became infested with kudzu bugs. It started out with just a few of the critters but quickly became overwhelming.
After a couple of weeks of frustration - and unpleasant odor - I called in an exterminator. At first, I thought that was the best $175 I had ever spent. The bugs were gone.
Unfortunately, it didn't last. Within a week, I began finding them all around my house again. In less than three weeks, it became worse than before!
After doing some research on the internet, I learned that exterminators use toxic chemicals that are extremely effective but do not have a lasting effect.
The next few weeks were pretty rough. Kudzu bugs were congregating on the west side of my house and then getting inside. I couldn't figure out how they were entering my home.
This was no longer just annoying now - it was affecting my family's quality of living!
What I Did Next Saved My Sanity
I'll tell you right now, I'm not a quitter. I've always been a fighter, even when the bigger kids picked on me in school. (They eventually left me alone, as it was easier to pick on the kids who didn't fight back.)
But these stupid bugs had me so frustrated. I just didn't know what to do.
Just when I began thinking of throwing in the towel, a thought occurred to me. Something from a science fair back in seventh grade ... could the solution really be that simple?
I tried a small experiment on some of the kudzu bugs on the side of my house. And it really worked! Many dropped dead and the rest would not come anywhere near the affected area.
I knew I was on to something then. After a lot more experimenting, I improved the process and even stumbled on other methods for controlling these insects.
Remarkably, I had stumbled upon a natural, non-toxic method to not only wipe out the existing bugs on the house but also - and more importantly - to keep more from coming back!
These methods were way too valuable not to share. So I told a couple of my neighbors, who were also struggling with the same problem, about my discovery. They tried it on their own houses and it worked just as well.
Here is what my next-door neighbor Wayne said:
And here is what Russell, my friend from two streets over, had to say:
At their recommendation, I sat down and wrote up my findings into a simple how-to guide so that other people could overcome their own kudzu bug problem. Then I had a buddy create this website for me (thanks, Kurt!)
Now check out this kudzu bug map created by The University of Georgia Center for Invasive Species:
As you can see, kudzu bugs have spread to Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Virginia, and now even to Louisiana and Maryland! Not only that, but their numbers are increasing each season. Clearly, this is a problem getting worse, not better.
Check out this email I just received from a reader:
Anderson, South Carolina
How to Get Rid of Kudzu Bugs
So if you are a kudzu bug victim, it's time to take back control of your home. Let me help you solve the problem without wasting money on pest control companies and by using natural, organic methods.
My guide will walk you through the process, step-by-step, of eliminating these pests from your home and preventing their return.
Here is what you will learn in my manual:
- The root causes of why kudzu bugs are attracted to your home in the first place
- What you should not do (which will only make things worse!)
- Kudzu bug control methods found nowhere but in this guide
- A list of the exact places where kudzu bugs tend to lay their eggs
- A checklist for how to prevent bugs from entering your home
- Multiple strategies on how to eliminate existing bugs in your home and garden
- A ridiculously simple and inexpensive way to build your own kudzu bug traps
"How to Get Rid of Kudzu Bugs" is just $16.97.
Why so cheap? Well, I wanted to set a reasonable price to recoup my investment in writing the book and setting up this site. But since it's a downloaded book, it costs me almost nothing to deliver it. So I figured 17 bucks was about right. Especially for information that will solve such a huge headache.
The guide is an INSTANT DOWNLOAD, so you can get started immediately.
I offer a 100% money-back guarantee. If you aren't completely happy with your results, just send me an email within 60 days and I will refund your money. That's how confident I am that this will work for you.
Well, I guess that's it. No more sales pitch. Thanks for reading my site!
P.S. Remember, this is a digital guide. Once you complete the checkout process, you'll receive the book in PDF format immediately. Nothing will be mailed to you.
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FTC Disclosure: I believe these methods are effective but it is impossible to predict how successful they will be for the average user, due to all the different variables involved. If a buyer is unhappy with the results, I offer a full refund, as I do not want to charge for something that does not work for the customer.