Mid Georgia Turf Solutions will treat your yard from March to October, spraying a protective cover either once a month or once every other month depending on your preference.
We eliminate existing fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes, and we’ll take care of any larvae or eggs left in your yard.
Flea, Tick, & Mosquito Treatment
Enjoy your outdoor space without the threat of fleas, ticks, and mosquitos. These parasitic and predatory pests can be harmful to both people and pets, so let Mid Georgia Turf Solutions help protect you and your family through our treatment service.
We Make it Easy to Protect Your Family!
Call about our Flea, Tick, and Mosquito treatment today! 478-992-5705
The Dangers of Fleas, Ticks, and Mosquitos in Your Yard
It’s nice to spend time with your children, pets, and other family members outside during the warmer months. However, there are dangers to consider if you have fleas, ticks, or mosquitoes in your yard:
Fleas show up when temperatures reach about 60-75 degrees Fahrenheit and pose a major threat to your pets and family members. Fleas rely on the blood of their hosts to survive which can include cats, dogs, birds, small and large mammals, reptiles, and even humans. They can survive over 100 days without feeding and have the potential to pass along numerous diseases. Just one flea can cause an infestation since a female is able to produce up to 50 offspring per day for span of 50 days.
Ticks usually stay dormant until March and remain active until November. Although certain ticks are harmless, others can pass along severe and even deadly diseases through their bites. Some ticks can infect their host with diseases that include Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. If you have ticks in your yard, it poses a huge threat to yourself, your family, and your animals.
Mosquitos come alive for the warmer months as soon as temperatures start reaching 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and they stay until the first freeze of the following winter. Mosquitoes are arguably the most common nuisance during spring, summer, and fall and can cause mild to severe health issues for your family and pets. Along with itchy, irritating surface bites on the skin, mosquitoes can infect humans with the West Nile Virus and can pass heartworm disease to dogs and cats.