Early spring comes when winter hammers come out of winter sleep and start barking. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn n offer home tips to protect the properties of these insects.
HUNTINGDON VALLEY, PA (PRWEB) April 8, 2019
While some bugs are just boring, others can pose a serious risk, and ticks are at the top of the list. Ticks carry a variety of diseases that can harm humans and pets and can cause some pretty awful symptoms and side effects. Lyme disease, Powassan virus, Alpha-Gal syndrome and Rocky Mountain feverish fever are some of the worst for humans and pets.
Not just a summer insect
Ticks will hide when the temperature drops below the freezing point, but once they are consistently above this grade of 32 degrees, they are returned and ready for action! That means ticks out there and around SAD in Pennsylvania! Fortunately, there are many actions owners can take to protect the properties of dangerous ticks and diseases that they can cope with.
Checking the ticks in the yard
The best way to control ticks is to target their habitats to make the yard a place where ticks do not want to hang out. Here's what owners can do now to control the tick on the property:
1. Clean Up the Yard: Ticks are lovers of shadow and can not survive in the sun! Cleansing the vegetated vegetation will give the tin less place to gather. In addition, trimming the branches of trees and shrubs around the edge of the lawn will leave more sunlight. Mow the lawn regularly because more grasses help to whip around the yard.
2. Choose plants that repel the tin: ticks are disgusting with mint, lavender, rosemary, marigold and citronella. An additional bonus is that mosquitoes and fleas hate these strong fragrant plants, so start sadding!
3. Keep deer out of the property: Deer are the primary tosser through the yard. Use treats that repel deer to turn away the bulls from feeding on valuable plants and tossing the ticks into the yard. House owners can go a step further and check out the landscape to identify and remove plants that attract deers in the yard.
4. Pressure Control: There are organic and traditional chemical treatments available to control ticks. House owners should call tinnitus control experts to estimate property for "Hot Spots" and suggest a treatment plan for tick attacks where they gather. The specialist will be subjected to the curvature of the property and other areas of high risk where the puppets are likely to live.
Check out the dangers after outdoor activities: Even with ticks control in the yard, it is still important to check family members and pets after any outdoor outing.
"Tackle protection begins by controlling ticks in the yard, where everyone is spending most of their time in the open," says Lou Giroud, chairman and ISA-certified Arborist. "However, families have to take additional precautionary measures by checking ticks after outdoor activities and if ticks are quickly discovered before the disease is spread."
To find the ticks on the body, the CDC recommends:
- Bathing or showering as soon as possible after your arrival in the house.
- Spend the whole body tick with mirrors in your hand or full size mirrors. Parents should check the kittens under their hands, in and around their ears, inside their navel, behind their knees, between their legs, their waist, and especially their hair.
- Review your equipment and pets. Ticks can ride in the home on clothes and pets, then stick to the person later, so carefully check the pets, coats, and daily packs.
Removing the leather case: If the check mark is detected, the CDC offers detailed instructions for removing the tag:
- Use a fine tip cord to catch the cloth as close as possible to the skin surface.
- Pull upwards with a stable, even pressure. Do not turn or tinkle; this can cause parts of the mouth to shatter and remain in the skin. If this occurs, remove the mouthpiece parts.
- After removing the ticks, thoroughly clean the area of bark and hands by rubbing alcohol, iodine, or soap and water.
- Defrost the live tick to immerse it in alcohol, put it in a sealed bag, wrap it tightly with the tape or drop it into the toilet. Never fingers with your fingers.
About the Giroud tree and the lawn
Giroud Tree and Lawn specializes in woodcutter, lawn care and mosquito reproduction programs that customers like to have business with the company since 1974. Serving Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, the company offers a professional estimate of trees and lawns, tree trimming, tree removal, insect control and disease, grassing, stubble removal, traditional and 100% grassroots programs, and mosquito control. Giroud Arborists are certified by the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and possess the knowledge and experience required for proper diagnosis, treatment and maintenance of tree and lawn health. The company is accredited by the Tree Care Industry Association and the Better Business Bureau. Giroud has also been awarded Angie's Super Service Award® Award since 2005. The "Giroud Treework for Charity" program offers free services to park trees, historic sites, and other non-profit organizations in the area of service companies. For more information, visit the company website at http://www.giroudtree.com or call 215-682-7704.
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