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Section 25(b) Exempt Products:

What they mean for Landscape Professionals, Pest Control Professionals and Consumers? The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) currently requires all chemical-based pesticides to be registered under its Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). This Act was created to regulate and monitor the use of all chemical-based pesticide products. The 25(b) Exempt classification was created under […]

10 Ways to Protect Your Property Against Ticks and Mosquitoes

10 Ways to Protect Your Property Against Ticks and Mosquitoes

Ticks and mosquitoes, which are known to carry diseases that can be transmitted to humans, are called vectors. The number of known cases of “vector-borne” diseases in the United States has more than tripled since 2004. These cases include rising reports of Lyme Disease, West Nile Virus, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Chikungunya and Zika Virus, […]

How Frequently Do You Need to Apply Pest Control Sprays

How Frequently Do You Need to Apply Pest Control Sprays?

Pest control products come with a recommended approach to application. These guidelines are developed not only to protect you, but also to ensure that you or your service provider apply the product in such a way to maximize its effectiveness. Application Guidelines With our product TickKillz™, which is 100% All Natural, we recommend it be […]

Do All Natural Sprays Really Work Against Ticks and Mosquitoes

Do All Natural Sprays Really Work Against Ticks and Mosquitoes?

We can’t attest to the performance of every All Natural spray on the market today, but we can tell you about ours and the results we’ve seen. You can then potentially use this information to judge the effectiveness of other products. We can tell you why we prefer an All Natural solution to chemical based […]

The Life of a Tick, Part 2

The tick nymph is more dangerous to mammals than an adult tick. It is so small it can be mistaken for a freckle on light skin. It also may have fed on a mouse, which is a source of the dangerous bacterium known as spirochete. The male adult tick looks for the biggest moving mammalian […]

The Life of a Tick, Part 1

Ticks live on blood. Getting ticks detached from us as quickly as possible is the best way to avoid being infected by the diseases they carry. Ticks extract blood, and they spread pathogens from their salivary glands into the wound they’ve sliced with their small claws and penetrated with their mouths. If left to its […]

Why Do Mosquitoes Bite Certain People More Than Others?

Some people are more prone to mosquito bites than others. Female mosquitoes seek out vertebrates to bite to obtain the nutrients they need to develop eggs properly. Biting mosquitoes generally opt for smaller animals because they don’t have the best vision. They also use movement and color to find their food sources and are drawn […]

Where Are Ticks Usually Found?

While there are many kinds of ticks that are present throughout the United States, only a few types of them are regular pests for people and pets. Your geographic location dictates the kinds of ticks that you may encounter, as well as the local ecology, the season, and your activities. There are some ticks that […]

Part 2: Predators That Eat Mosquitoes

It’s not clear how many birds there are that eat mosquitoes. It’s been said that purple martins can eat thousands of mosquitoes a day. Some of the birds that are known for eating mosquitoes are migratory swallows, songbirds, and waterfowl. However, the following species eat both the larvae and the adult mosquitoes: Purple Martins Red-Eyed […]

Part 1: Predators That Eat Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes prefer stagnant conditions for their breeding grounds. Fresh water that moves does not tend to attract them as the place to lay their larvae. However, the following fish predators all eat mosquito larvae: goldfish, mosquito fish, minnows, koi, and guppies. It’s always helpful to know which predators are beneficial to eating the mosquitoes in […]