This service utilizes a 100% organic tick control product. It is a much safer, but still an effective, alternative to usual pesticide applications. Master Lawns’ organic tick spray program is designed to drastically reduce the number of ticks, fleas, mosquitoes, gnats, spiders, and other unwanted insects on your property. Not only will this reduce the amount of disease spreading ticks, mosquitoes and other insect pests it will leave your property with the fresh scent of cedar.
This standard program normally includes FOUR treatments throughout the year. More can be planned if client wishes a greater level of control
SPRING TREATMENT #1 (March-May) Controls ticks and other insect pests as they break from winter.
EARLY SUMMER TREATMENT #2 (May-July) Controls the insects as they begin to feed.
LATE SUMMER TREATMENT #3 (July-September) Will continue to control ticks and other insect pests.
FALL TREATMENT #4 (September-November) Reduces insect populations as they prepare for winter.
How the product works.
Our new tick control product is a 100% natural and organic material. This material utilizes natural botanical extracts that affect the exoskeleton of ticks, mosquitoes, fleas and gnats. While our product is tough on targeted pests, it is non-toxic to beneficial insects such as bees, butterflies and earthworms, vital to your back yards eco-system.
How safe is your Organic Tick spray?
Our tick spray program uses a product with such a low toxicity to humans and pets that the EPA does not require it to be registered by them. There is also no need to notify your neighbors of these beneficial treatments. You and your family can enjoy your yard one half hour after our technician leaves your property.
What kind of results can you expect?
With our Tick Spray program you can reasonably expect treatments to be effective for 30-60 days depending on weather conditions. Rain will cause the product to reactivate and extend the length of control. Depending on your needs and expectations we will tailor a program for you. Heavy infestations may require more often spraying initially.