Please be extra careful and check yourself, children and pets after walking or playing outdoors this month! Leaves are dropping early and coating the ground. Ticks prefer to hide in this type of moist, enclosed environment. Our tick and mosquito spray program using essential oils can help, so now is the time to sign up if you aren’t already enrolled. Contact Nancy Altman in our office, <firstname.lastname@example.org> to arrange an estimate.
We will be continuing our spray routes through the month of November to keep on top of the tick population. Remember that ticks are active whenever temperatures are above 32 degrees.
Fall compost tea routes are happening now and will finish for the season later this month.
Do you have tender houseplants that are still outdoors enjoying the warm weather? When it’s time to bring everything indoors, we offer an insecticidal soap spray available for tender houseplants. We can also help you lift large, heavy pots indoors. Please contact Reese Crotteau, our Plant Health Care Manager, to arrange for this service. Reese can be reached at <email@example.com>