Knowing these 5 facts about ticks can help keep your pets and family safe this season.
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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 […]
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, […]
A mosquito infected with the West Nile Virus was detected this week in Weymouth, according to public health officials. BOSTON, MA — It’s summer, and with summer come the mosquitoes. West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in Massachusetts for the first time this year, health officials said Tuesday. The presence of the virus […]
This summer was slated to be one of the worst tick seasons in New England. Whether or not you took action to prevent harmful ticks from entering your life in past, you definitely need to consider it this season. It’s not too late. Here at AllGreen, we offer various pest control services, including MA tick […]
According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of Americans getting diseases transmitted by mosquito, tick and flea bites has more than tripled in recent years, making pest control in MA a priority. Health officials reported that since 2004, at least nine such diseases have been discovered or introduced in the country, with 642,602 cases reported […]