Keeping Unwanted Wildlife out of your Backyard

Breaking the Flea Cycle for Good

As Finn would attest, life is so much better without fleas. Many homeowners believe that once the weather drops below freezing, that their flea troubles are over until the following spring when flea eggs outside being to hatch and latch on to their indoor/outdoor...
Keeping Unwanted Wildlife out of your Backyard

Tick Time Again

Squirrels can also carry ticks. Lyme disease has become one of the serious infections that too many people catch. And its range is enlarging. First identified in Lyme, Connecticut a few decades ago, it is now endemic and spreading across the US and Canada.Spring to...
Keeping Unwanted Wildlife out of your Backyard

Spring Bugs Are No Laughing Matter

An early spring tick will be the size of a period on this page. The weird weather of 2012 has caused the bugs to come at unusual times and more or less than usual. A few quick tips one can do to combat these bugs follow, but the bugs always seem to come back, laughing...
Keeping Unwanted Wildlife out of your Backyard

Eliminating Summertime Pests

As summer approaches, most of us feel an urge to get more active. Unfortunately, that tendency applies to pests as well as people. There’s a strong relationship between warmer weather and the explosion of bugs that seems to occur in the summer months because insects...
Keeping Unwanted Wildlife out of your Backyard

Pest Management

Pest management can be one of the greatest challenges to the home gardener. Yard pests include weeds, insects, diseases, and some species of wildlife. Weeds are plants that are growing out of place. Insect pests include an enormous number of species from tiny thrips,...