The German cockroach is very successful at establishing an ecological niche in buildings, and is very hardy and resilient against attempts at pest control. This is because of the large number of nymphs produced from each egg case, the short period between birth and sexual maturity, and their ability to easily hide due to their small size.
The female also carries the egg case (called an ootheca) with her during the germination period, rather than depositing it like other species. This cockroach is also smaller than many other species so it can more easily hide and fit into very small cracks and crevices to evade humans. That is also the main reason they can most effectively be controlled with baits in cracks and crevices near harborages. These types of pest control methods should kill 95% of the overall population in a property due to their fast reproductive cycles. Granbury Pest uses "Low Risk" products. These products only affect the roaches themselves and have zero effect on mammals, birds, fish, and other non-target organisms.
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