Lawn Insecticide for Plain City Ohio
Do you have fleas or other insects in your lawn in Plain City Ohio?
The flea population is typically made up of 50% eggs, 30% larvae, 15% pupae and only 5% biting adults. I
Fact: One female flea can lay about 18 eggs a day and just 20 fleas on a dog can produce 360 eggs per day and over 2000 eggs in a week. If left untreated, insect and fleas can quickly multiply and just be a general nuisance around your lawn.
In Plain City Ohio, most fleas will survive the winter in the larval or pupal stage and grow best during warm, moist winters and spring.
How to Check Your Yard for a Flea Infestation
It’s important to make sure the yard is not the source of your flea infestation. Walk around your yard wearing white socks pulled up to your calves, and linger in the areas your pet hangs out most. You’ll easily spot fleas against the white cotton of your socks if they are present.
Fleas prefer cool, shady, moist places. They especially like shrubs, leaves, and trees, and don’t fare well in sunny areas or in open grass.
The first place to look for fleas are the spots your pets frequent most. Anywhere your pet likes to sleep, rest, dig, or run is where fleas will likely be. Poke around the doghouse, kennel, outdoor furniture, and shady trees or gardens. Also check out the patio, underneath the porch, along fences, and around your house’s perimeter.
Consider treating your entire yard to protect those that are important to you. Insure that your family and pets can safely be in your lawn all season long. Our treatment has the same active ingredient as the flea and tick collar that you may be putting on your pet. Give us a call to find out more information or request a lawn insect control quote for your Plain City Ohio home. (614) 764-2260
Why Does Your Lawn in Plain City OH Need Grub Control?
You may have grubs in your Plain City lawn and not even know it. Grubs may not appear to be a threat to your lawn at first, but left untreated, a lawn could really suffer. This is what happens to a lawn when you do not have a grub application in Plain City Ohio.
This local customer didn’t choose to have a yearly grub treatment for his lawn in Plain City Ohio.
Skunks actually came after the lawn and started digging through to find grubs!
Don’t let grubs cause stray animals to dig up your beautiful Plain City Ohio lawn! Call us now and schedule grub control for your Plain City Ohio lawn.
Grub Worms are a major threat to your lawn. Every year we see thousands of dollars in damage to non-treated lawns in Plain City Ohio. So what are you waiting for? Call Bio Green now for a quote for an all natural, chemical free grub control treatment for your lawn in Plain City Ohio.
White Grubs are the larvae of June Beetles, which have a three year life cycle. In June, they lay their eggs in the soil and within weeks, the white grub emerges and feeds during the warm summer months, often causing extensive damage. They feed on grass, grass roots and garden crops. Food-seeking predators (such as moles, skunks, crows and blackbirds) often do further damage where grubs are present. Late summer or early fall is a great time to control these potentially devastating insects, catching them before they hibernate deep in the soil, preparing to destroy your lawn next year. STOP Grubs from destroying your lawn. Let Bio Green Ohio take treat you lawn with our Grub Control application in Plain City Ohio!