Georgia residents and visitors love to explore the great outdoors. However, with the beauty of nature comes the possible encounter of unwanted pests like fleas and ticks. Fleas and ticks thrive in warm and humid environments, making Georgia an ideal breeding ground. These tiny creatures can cause health risks to humans and pets, making it vital to understand their habits, prevention methods and effective control measures.
Fleas are known for their jumping ability, and they can quickly infest homes and yards, causing itchy bites and discomfort. These insects can be a pest for both humans and pets. Fleas are not only capable of infesting homes but can also thrive in outdoor environments like your lawns and gardens. Contact AgroPro today to protect your lawn, family members, and pets from fleas.
Ticks latch onto hosts to feed on blood, potentially transmitting diseases like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. These pests are often found in wooden areas and tall grasses. They can attach themselves to humans and animals, causing potential health risks. Check out this guide for more information on how to avoid tick bites. AgroPro can work to reduce ticks in your lawn over time to keep your family and pets safe, contact us today.
While Georgia's natural beauty remains unbeatable, taking precautions against fleas and ticks is important for safe and enjoyable outdoor experiences. By understanding the habits of these pests, preventative strategies and seeking professional assistance, you can create a haven that is both inviting and pest free.
If you're looking to protect your family and pets from insects, AgroPro's lawn care specialists offer continual inspection. We will notify you of irregular insect activity and make recommendations for treatment when required. Contact AgroPro today to learn more about our approach to insect control