Easy Ways to Reduce Mosquitoes in my Yard
Did you know that there are 18 different species of mosquitos in Connecticut and over 3,000 different species in the world? Learn about about how to control mosquito populations in your yard.
Key Factors in Tick Control Cost
There are many factors that influence the price of a tick control program for your lawn. These factors can range from product cost, treatment areas, number of applications, and size of the area treated.
- What is the difference between synthetic and organic tick control products?
- Where can I buy tick control products?
- Where should I spray for ticks?
- How many applications do I need to apply?
- When should I apply tick control?
- How much do tick control applications cost?
- Why Do I Need to Spray my Lawn for Ticks?
Everyone's been there - you are outside enjoying a wonderful summer evening and the dreaded mosquitoes come swarming in, forcing your gathering inside.
Are there any pet owners out there tired of scanning your beloved best friends for ticks?
Tick and mosquito control treatments can overlap in many ways. We will go over the differences so you can decide which is right for you.
Throughout Connecticut we have over 48 different species of mosquitoes but only a dozen are considered pests. Female mosquitos are the only sex that bite humans and draw blood, while males feed on plant nectar.
Mosquitos have existed for over 200 million years carrying numerous harmful diseases and are a nuisance when spending time outdoors.
What type of fertilizer is right for my lawn?
Plants need many nutrients to survive and thrive. How do they get the nutrients they need? Most are naturally occurring. If your lawn has yellowing or slow growth, it might be time to step in with fertilizer. The best way to determine what your soil needs is by performing a soil test.
Both Synthetic and organic fertilizers provide your lawn with the needed nutrients. Much debate has been had on this subject and it really just boils down to this; at the most basic level, nutrients are nutrients.
Below, we will go over some major differences between organic and synthetic fertilizers in terms of nutrient availability and the long & short-term effects that each has on your soil and plants.