Ticks are inevitable, but taking measures to stop the bite is easier than you may think.
With over 850 species of ticks worldwide, 90 in the United States, tick control programs have never been more imperative.
For some reason, it seems as though people stop worrying about tick control in MA as soon as the weather cools down a little. As we head into winter, ticks are seemingly out of sight and out of mind. A lot of people assume that they go away or die off like other bugs in […]
Did You Know that July is National Picnic Month? Nothing beats a summer picnic with friends and family. After a slew of cold and rainy months that keep us inside, the beautiful and sunny month of July is a great time to be outside with friends and family, eating watermelon and chicken salad sandwiches, followed […]
The state of Massachusetts has one of the highest numbers of reported cases of tick-borne diseases in the United States. While Lyme’s disease is one of the most well known, ehrlichiosis is another common tick-borne disease that affects people. Additionally, we recently discovered another seven germs spread by ticks that affect people. As many people […]
The warm weather has finally arrived in New England. With the warmer air comes the pesky bugs. From gnats to mosquitos, ants to ticks, insects are waking up. Many people have the misconception that mosquito prevention and tick control in MA is something to be dealt with late spring or early summer. When in fact, […]
We love our pets. They’re part of the family, give us love and comfort, and are a delight to have around. Of course, they come with their challenges as well! It can be difficult to hit every mark as a pet owner. How many times has your pet eaten something they weren’t meant to, or […]
Lawns contain much more than meets the eye. Organic lawn care in Massachusetts may seem relatively straightforward, but there are some items you may not consider until it’s too late. Some people let weeds grow in their lawn, which we highly suggest you avoid. They offer plenty of issues, so it’s always best to get […]