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Tucson Pest Control For Plants

Pest Control For Plants

If you’re tired of pests and unsure of what to do, its time to call in your local Tucson pest control services. Hiring a professional pest control company provides several benefits. So read on as we dive into the benefits of hiring pest control services near you.

One of the main benefits is that it prevents diseases. When pests are left to roam free around your home, they bring many diseases that can be transmitted very easily. Some of these are transmitted to both your animals and your family. Hence, they can be very harmful to your family’s health.

Due to this, it becomes extremely important to understand the dangers that pests can bring. So if you’ve got an infestation of mosquitoes, fleas, cockroaches, and many others, be sure to call in your local pest control services.

Another benefit that comes with a pest control company is the fact that your exposure to health risks are reduced. When you opt for hiring the professionals, you can rest assured that they are properly trained to handle any situation that may arise. Hence, they can handle a mountain of poisonous chemicals needed to eradicate these pests.

Pest control services also aid with reducing itching and allergies that your family experiences. When your family members get bitten from these pests, it leaves them suffering from terrible itches and allergies. When you hire the professionals, they easily eradicate your household pests and prevent your family from being in danger.

When the pests are finally gone, your family can now have a good night’s rest. When you’ve got pests around or even bed bugs, no one will be able to have a restful night. Pest control services will easily take care of the problem and ensure that your family returns to their regular sleeping schedule.

Pest control services provide its clients with more than just a single service. They craft packages to suit the needs of each individual customer. Each package usually features a number of essential services to aid with the current situation of any home. However, continuous services will be required to prevent a reinfestation over a longer period; this also increases the long-term health of everyone in your household.

As we conclude, we have just looked at the benefits of hiring Tucson pest control services near you. When you leave it to the professionals, they will do everything in their power to eradicate the pests from in and around your home. So if you’re ever overrun by pests, be sure to contact your local pest control services today!

Smoke Down Prohibition 2.0: Free the Weed

Hundreds parade in Philly's Center City on July 10.  (Photo by Mike Whiter)

Hundreds parade in Philly’s Center City on July 10. (Photo by Mike Whiter)

Photo by Cory Clark Photography

Photo by Cory Clark Photography

On Friday, July 10, 2015 – the 710 “OIL” holiday for stoners – nearly 400 cannabis lovers took to the streets in Philadelphia for “Smoke Down Prohibition 2.0: Free the Weed.”  This marked the largest cannabis demonstration and the largest act of smoking in civil disobedience in the city since the signing of the Decriminalization Law on October 20, 2014, which made simple possession a $25 fine and smoking in public $100. (Only small individual acts of civil disobedience took place from October-July, the most famous being military veteran Mike Whiter receiving the city’s first citation on the same day the bill went into effect.)    The bill was sparked by the dozen monthly “Smoke Down Prohibition” rallies from December 2012–2013, organized by N.A. Poe of the “Panic Hour,” Chris Goldstein of “Philly NORML,” Mike Whiter, Vanessa Maria and Rachel Friedmann.  “Smoke Down Prohibition 2.0” revived the Philly Movement, and focused new efforts on passing the state’s medical bill, SB3, which is currently facing roadblocks in the House.

N.A. Poe speaking at Love Park. (Photo by Cory Clark Photography)

N.A. Poe speaking at Love Park. (Photo by Cory Clark Photography)

Military Veteran Mike Whiter smoking in Love Park at 4:20. (Photo by "NJ.com True Jersey")

Military Veteran Mike Whiter smoking in Love Park at 4:20. (Photo by “NJ.com True Jersey”)

East Coast Cannabis Coalition founder Vanessa Maria speaking in Love Park. (Photo by "NJ.com True Jersey")

East Coast Cannabis Coalition founder Vanessa Maria speaking in Love Park. (Photo by “NJ.com True Jersey”)

The return of the “Smoke Down Prohibition” rallies was a combined effort by leading Philly and NJ activists.  From NJ, both Vanessa Maria and I of the East Coast Cannabis Coalition (ECCC) worked with Poe, Whiter and Friedmann from Philly, while cannabis businessman Adam Killgore helped plan the after party at One Art Community Center.  Poe first introduced the rally idea to Vanessa and I at the ECCC’s “Poor People’s Parade for Pot” in Camden, NJ, on May 2.  Originally the date was aimed for June, but due to complications the rally landed on July 10, in order to pay tribute to the newest cannabis holiday – 710.  710 (OIL spelled upside down) is gradually gaining popularity among stoners like that of 420, especially along the West Coast, where smokers have experimented with DABS and other OIL and Hash products longer than here in the East Coast.  For this reason concerts and festivals were held sporadically around the country on what has been called “The Day of Dabs,” but it was Philly that conducted the largest protest and act of civil disobedience in the entire nation that day.

Love Park Smoked Down at 4:20.

Love Park Smoked Down at 4:20.

Hundreds congregate in Love Park

Hundreds congregate in Love Park

Photo by Cory Clark Photography

Photo by Cory Clark Photography

The rally on the beautiful sunny day began with speeches at 4:00 in Love Park.  Hundreds of people of all ages crowded around the stage until the communal Smoke Down commenced at 4:20, when nearly everyone lit up in the park to create a cloud of smoke that “could be seen from Harrisburg.”  The park erupted into celebration when no arrests or tickets were issued, and the smoke-clouds hung in the air for the next ten minutes.  The diversity of the crowd was worth celebrating itself.  For the first time the Marijuana Movement received a huge boost from the LGBT Movement, due to Poe’s recruitment of Carl Max, a.k.a. Weedney Houston, a major force in the LGBT Community.  Moreover, it was spectacular to see potential PA medical patients speaking with current patients from NJ and DE, as well as the fact that parents with sick children had no problem talking with non-medical potheads.

Veda, 6, and Bella, 7, at Love Park. "Cannabis is God's Medicine." (Photo by Autohdfilms)

Veda, 6, and Bella, 7, at Love Park. “Cannabis is God’s Medicine.” (Photo by Autohdfilms)

Ricardo Rivera (right) demanding children receive proper medical cannabis treatment, such as his daughter Tuffy in NJ.

Ricardo Rivera (right) demanding children receive proper medical cannabis treatment, such as his daughter Tuffy in NJ.

When people began to line up for the march at 5:00, I was randomly handing people large banners that I purchased and Dave Archer designed only the night before.  The two biggest banners were 15-feet wide and required at least six persons to hold each one, reading: “Cannabis Is Medicine” and “Legalize Cannabis Now.”  I also ran back and forth distributing two dozen poster boards created by Vanessa, Rachel, Dave and I.  By the time I passed all of them out the march was two blocks down JFK Blvd and I sprinted to catch up.  The Cannabis-themed banners, placards and William Haney’s flags made a tremendous difference in appearance.  We looked powerful, like a force the State had to reckon with, and our signs made our goals very clear to the thousands of bystanders who cheered us on: “Legalize Cannabis Now.”

"Cannabis Is Medicine" banner carried by Kyle Moore and others. (Photo by Christian Velasquez)

“Cannabis Is Medicine” banner carried by Kyle Moore and others. (Photo by Autohdfilms)

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Photo by NJ Weedman

Photo by NJ Weedman

The march ended nearly an hour later out front of Governor Wolf’s office, who is a vocal supporter of state decriminalization and a medical program.  Nevertheless, activists marched on the office to send a clear message to Gov. Wolf: Ensure the passage of the current medical bill SB3 (as well as decriminalization and full legalization bills), or else risk facing hundreds and even thousands of citizens performing massive civil disobedience in the streets and outside every major government facility.  Marijuana users are naturally peaceful, but we also have a deep passion for the plant and will no longer pretend that prohibition is justified in any way shape or form.  Smoke It Down Now!

"Miss High Times March" (Photo by audiohdfilms)

“Miss High Times March” (Photo by audiohdfilms)

Marching in Center City. (Photo by audiohdfilms)

Marching in Center City. (Photo by audiohdfilms)

NJ Musician Craig Lynch holding photo of cannabis flag on Harry Anslinger's grave. (Photo by audiohdfilms)

NJ Musician Craig Lynch holding photo of cannabis flag on Harry Anslinger’s grave. (Photo by audiohdfilms)