Choosing Green Pest Control Products

After my niece had a serious reaction to pest control, I realized that we were up against a few big problems. For starters, I knew that we needed to identify the types of pests that we were struggling with, and then we needed to find green products that would be safe for her to be around. It was a little bit of a challenge at first, but within a few weeks we found a company that offered the perfect line of products. I wanted to start a blog completely committed to pest control, so I started this site. Read more about keeping your family safe here.

Spring Pests In Your Yard? What You Should Do


Spring is a beautiful time of the year when everything is in bloom, and insects like bees are buzzing about. However, bees aren't the only spring insect and pest out and about this time of year. There are other pests in abundance this time of the year as well and these pests can be quite a pain when you're trying to enjoy your time outside. They can be a pain for your pets as well. If you have a lot of pests in your yard this spring, there are a few things you can do. Here are a few helpful tips.

Spray Your Yard For Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes can be out and about this time of the year, and with a lot of moisture outside, these pests can be multiplying like crazy. If you're trying to sit outside, you may get attacked by these pests, leaving you with welts all over your body. You can get rid of these pests by having your yard sprayed for mosquitoes. Doing so can help get rid of most of the mosquitoes in your yard, allowing you to enjoy your time outside. You should also empty any standing water that you have around your yard, such as in flowerpots or birdbaths, as these are places where pests can lay their eggs and multiply further.

Sprinkle Your Grass For Pests

Sprinkle your grass and flower beds for pests such as fleas, ants, roaches, and other pests as well. These pests are more than likely living in your yard and at some point could make their way into your house. If you have a lot of pests in your yard, sprinkle a granular pesticide around your property. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for how much to use and whether or not water needs to be added to it once it's sprinkled on the ground. These granular pesticides are safe for pets and children, but you should allow the dust to settle, or your grass to dry, before allowing anyone in the yard.

Clean Your Yard

You need to clean your yard to keep pests at bay. If you have low-hanging trees and overgrown grass or weeds, you are inviting pests to your yard. Clean your yard to get rid of pests and to prevent giving them a nesting place. Trim back trees, mow your yard, and trim any plants around the edges. Keep the areas close to your home cleaned up as well to prevent pests from coming inside.

If you have a lot of pests in your yard during the spring months, you'll have even more pests if you don't do something about them. Hire a pest control company to get rid of your pest problem and reduce the population of pests in your yard. Contact a pest control service for more information. 


12 April 2021