How to Get Rid of Bean Weevils
Although you may not detect a bean weevil infestation until hundreds of young adult weevils emerge from beans through exit holes and begin crawling on your walls and congregating on your windowsills, the most likely place to locate the source of your infestation may be inside your pantry or another whole bean or seed source.
Bean weevils entered your home inside dried bean packages. Infested in warehouses or on grocery store shelves, small holes or tears in packaging can cause homeowners to unknowingly bring bean beetles into their homes.
The important first step in eliminating bean beetles is to locate the source of bean weevil activity. While vacuuming the bean weevils on your walls and windowsills works to rid your home of these pests, locating and removing the contaminated and infested stored dried bean sources will help to eliminate bean weevil infestations.
How to Prevent Bean Weevil Infestations
Cleaning and sanitizing the area where your dried bean products are stored helps to deter bean weevils and other pantry pests. Additionally, to prevent future infestations:
Truly Nolen recommends contacting a professional pest control company to take the guesswork out of identifying and eliminating household pests. Contact your local Truly Nolen location to schedule a free pest inspection.