/ˈhɑr bər ɪdʒ/
shelter for vessels, as that provided by a
any shelter or lodging.
a place of shelter.
shelter or refuge, as for a ship, or a place providing shelter
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Once in the home, bed bugs will find harborage in any convenient crack or crevice.
Typical harborage areas for structural pests in different life cycle stages.
Remember mice and rats require three things to survive: food, water and harborage.
All baiting should be completed before removal of harborage areas.
All structures and exterior property shall be kept free from rodent harborage and infestation.
Do not feed or provide harborage to wildlife on your property.
Nonlethal procedures include improving sanitation, reducing harborage, and rat-proofing buildings.
Lice were less selective but showed some preference for light and avoided artificial harborage.
Caulk cracks and crevices that could provide harborage for spiders.
Make environmental changes to reduce harborage and breeding sites for mosquitoes and ticks.
Recommendations in writing for environmental sanitation practices that restrict or eliminate food, water, or harborage for pests.