1. Beneficial Nematodes for Flea Control-Now’s the Time!

    If you suspect that your yard may be infested with fleas, beneficial nematodes are a good choice for control. They are microscopic worms that are broadcast into the soil. They feed on flea larvae and can also help with fire ants, white flies, grubs among other undesirable lawn pests. If you pull white socks over your ankles and walk around the yard for a few minutes you should be able to see fleas…Read More

  2. Ticks and Chiggers

    Sulfur helps to control chiggers and ticks. Many consider it to be safe and effective. It is a useful soil additive for alkaline soil, such as much of our Texas soil. Feed stores carry it – broadcast 5# per 1000 square feet. If your soil is acid, don’t over do it as it can unbalance the soil microorganisms. I have read that it repels pests, including chinch bugs and grubs. Chiggers can also be…Read More

  3. Mosquito Control

    Everyone get tired of mosquitoes following them around in the yard!   The Asian tiger and Culex mosquito are the two most common mosquitoes found in Texas. The Asian Tiger mosquito is more of a bother because it bites throughout the entire day. We have several solutions to reduce mosquitoes on a different blog, so please check that out. We offer a very safe mosquito service.  It is our opinion …Read More

  4. CHIGGER AND TICK CONTROL

    posted in May, 2015 Sulfur helps to control chiggers and ticks.  Many consider it to be safe and effective.  It is a useful soil additive for alkaline soil, such as much of our Texas soil.   Feed stores carry it - broadcast 5# per 1000 square feet. If your soil is acid, don't over do it as it can unbalance the soil microorganisms.   I have read that it repels pests, including chinch bugs …Read More