Mosquito and Tick Control

Mosquitoes and ticks can be annoying pests. Not only do they disrupt your outdoor fun, but they can carry diseases that are harmful to humans and pets. bioLawn has a control system designed to reduce mosquito and tick populations to let you enjoy your outdoor spaces all season long.

Mosquito Control

Our mosquito control applications are applied to shrubs, trees, and plant materials.

As mosquitoes rest on these plants during the day, they take up the product causing them to die. Due to precipitation that can wash off the products, and varying environmental conditions that can lead to increased mosquito populations, regular treatments are advised and re-treatments are occasionally necessary.

Customers who sign up for the full season program of mosquito control receive regular treatments to keep mosquitos at bay and free re-treatments, as needed, to achieve acceptable control.

Tick Control

Ticks rest on shrubs and plant material waiting for an animal to come by to hitch a ride.

For this reason, our tick control program treats plants to mitigate the tick population where it lives. By treating the plants, we reduce the tick population and minimize the instances of ticks hitching a ride on you or your pets.

As a plus, our tick control treatments help reduce mosquitos as well.


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