Integrated Pest Management (IPM) IPM has been responsible for reducing weed and pest control applications by as much as 90% as compared to traditional lawncare programs. Click here to learn more about IPM.
100% ALL NATURAL MOSQUITO CONTROL:This process consists of approximately 6 liquid applications of all natural cedar oil per season (climate permitting). Our first 2 applications are applied within 3-4 weeks of each other followed by a continuous application schedule of approximately every 4 to 6 weeks during the active mosquito season. The program guarantees significant control throughout the season.
(One shot applications for special events such as graduation parties or weddings are also available.)
FLEA AND TICK CONTROL:This process involves 3 applications, in April, July and October. Usually, these three applications applied at the prescribed times will significantly reduce the threat of heavy populations of fleas and ticks on your property throughout this season and into next spring. This is especially helpful for customers who have pets that are highly prone to flea and tick infestations.
(When needed on lawns abutting wooded areas, a spray can be used along the wooded perimeter as an additional protective barrier to your lawn.)
FOUNDATION INSECT CONTROL: This process involves only 2 applications per season, early spring and early summer. Both applications are applied to all accessible areas of your homes foundation. The program dramatically minimizes any invasive insect problems that may occur in your home, all season long.
(Although this service controls most invasive insect problems, it is important to note that this is NOT a termite control service.)
TREE & SHRUB TOTAL CARE: Tree and Shrub Total Care is a 4 application program designed to enhance the overall beauty and health of all of your ornamental trees and shrubs located in planting beds around your property. Also provided with this service is a comprehensive shrub bed weed control service to further enhance the aesthetic appeal of your planting beds.