The soft, siliceous sediment earth known as diatomaceous earth was formed by preserving the fossilized remnants of minute sea organisms. By collecting the oils and fats from the exoskeleton of the bug, it causes the insects to dry up and die. When kept dry and unaltered, it continues to be effective. It solely affects insects, diatomaceous earth. Fish, birds, animals, and people are unaffected. Consequently, it is utilized to help manage and eradicate all farm insects as well as bed bugs, house dust mites, cockroaches, ants, commercial enterprises, and storage facilities.