All Natural Pest Management Services
All Natural Insect Management is a chemical free, long lasting and cost effective essential oil based treatment. Each application successfully manages a variety of nuisance insects such as Ticks, Mosquitoes, Chiggers and Fleas - but will not harm beneficial insects such as Honey Bees, Butterflies and Earthworms. The essential oil blend targets specific insects to deplete moisture or air which prevents survival. Our pest control service offers multiple measures of effectiveness on impact of application, as well as a lasting residual product and a fragrance which is pleasing for most people, but deters susceptible species with a warning odor to keep away.
For best results all season-long we recommend 6 pest control treatments. Insect reproduction, visible populations and dormant insects are best managed spring through fall.
No yard warning or posting signs are necessary since this is not a chemical application, but all natural just like many of our lawn and garden services. The serviced area is recommended ready for use and re-entry after 15 - 30 minutes to allow the product to dry. Rain does not affect the potency of the applied product after it has dried. This service has also been successful to deter spiders and ants from applied areas and well as several varieties of beetles and other nuisance insects.
Mosquito & Tick Control
I think we can agree that too many mosquitoes aren’t good for anyone. They can lay eggs in an area as small as a bottle cap within days of hatching and make it difficult to enjoy your beautiful landscape. Of even more concern, mosquitoes can transmit several viruses that can cause human disease. In Wisconsin, these include West Nile virus, LaCrosse virus, and Jamestown Canyon virus. Mosquitoes can lay eggs in an area as small as a bottle cap within days of hatching. Controlling mosquito populations has become more important than ever.
The same can be said for ticks. Aside from the annoyance of a tick bite, ticks are “vectors” of microorganisms that cause diseases such as Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis, Powassan or deer tick virus, and babesiosis. The most commonly encountered ticks in Wisconsin are the deer tick (Ixodes scapularis; called the blacklegged tick by specialists) and the wood tick (Dermacentor variabilis; called the American dog tick by specialists).
The natural oils found in our all natural insect management treatment offers multiple measures of effectiveness on impact of application, as well as a lasting residual product and a fragrance which is pleasing for most people, but deters susceptible species with a warning odor to keep away.