Lyme disease is an infection caused by a type of bacterium that is carried by deer ticks. An infected tick can transmit the bacterium to the humans and animals it bites. Untreated, the bacterium travels through the bloodstream, establishes itself in various body tissues, and can cause a number of symptoms…some of which are severe.
When unbearable populations occur in your yard hire a professional to spray wood lines, heavily vegetated areas, wood piles, beds and lawns to suppress populations. Commonly used insecticidal and organic formulations can be used to treat common mosquito habitats. Time between treatments will be dependent on the property and weather conditions. The products we offer to treat your property are the same as our Tick Control Treatment.
Leaf eating caterpillars can cause a lot of tree damage, which emerge from their eggs beginning in early spring and continuing through May. The gypsy moth preference for the leaves of deciduous hardwood trees such as maple, elm, and oak. They can also feed on apple, alder, birch, poplar and willow trees. When Gypsy Moths begin to mature and hard wood leaves become less available, they may move on to evergreens like pines and spruces. Repeated defoliation can lead to significant decline of your trees or leave them vulnerable to other insects and disease.
Grubs live in the soil, where they feed on grass roots. Once the roots are severed, the turf begins to show signs of stress and is loosened. This condition is compounded by the fact that animals such as raccoons and skunks feed on the white grub worms, resulting in widespread digging.
If white grub worms are discovered or the signs of stress are apparent, we can apply a faster-acting curative treatment, before further damage from either the grubs or their predators occurs.
Chinch bugs can be frequent pests of home lawns. Chinch bug populations frequently go unnoticed because of their small size and coloration, which blends in with turf grass and thatch. They are often associated with open, sunny areas during periods of hot, dry weather.
Chinch bugs inject a toxin that causes grass to yellow and eventually die. Damaged areas often merge into large areas of dead, brown grass that can often be mistaken for drought damage.
Chinch bug populations can be controlled by ensuring that your turf receives adequate amounts of water during the summer months, and by minimizing thatch buildup through aeration. Greener Solutions can treat your lawn with insecticide should symptoms appear
The emerald ash borer is a green beetle native to north-eastern Asia that feeds on Ash tree species. The beetles have been popping up in the North East and are a major threat to the Ash species. We offer treatments to control this beetle and save your trees!