All-Natural Mosquito, Tick, and Flea Deterrent
Mosquito Joe of Greater STL County understands that not every yard is the same, which is why we offer different treatment options to fit those needs. One of these options is our all-natural treatment.
What is it?
Mosquito Joe of Greater STL County offers an all-natural mosquito repellent as an alternative to our longer-lasting synthetic treatment. This treatment uses essential oils and garlic to repel mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas from your property. When applied the essential oils are diluted in water and become a low dose product that will allow you and your family to enjoy a bite-free yard.
How is it applied?
The application is administered through a barrier spray system targeting shrubs, plants, flowers, vegetable gardens, and around ponds where mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas like to rest and feed.
While treating, we also inspect your property for active larvae populations and treat them accordingly. Your technician will help you identify potential mosquito breeding grounds in your yard and recommend ways to eliminate standing water. These notes will be left on the post-service door hanger at the end of the treatment.
Is it effective?
The all-natural solution not only repels mosquitoes, but it is also effective on other pests such as ticks, fleas, and some flies. However, it has less adhesive properties than our synthetic application. Because of this, the all-natural solution will act as a repellent to deter new mosquitoes for a shorter time period and requires spraying on a 14-day cycle to ensure adequate protection. While this solution does not offer the eradication properties of our synthetic spray, we stand by its effectiveness as a natural outdoor mosquito repellent solution and our guarantee of your satisfaction.
Not sure which option is best for you? Contact our team at Mosquito Joe of Greater STL County and we’ll be happy to help you determine the best option for you and your yard. Call or fill out a request form to receive a free quote and make outside fun again.