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Old 05-07-2014, 03:18 PM
cotyledon cotyledon is online now
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Location: yaphank ny
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Touchy subject I don't service that area but my home is in pine barrens Long Island Lyme is rampant here. Areas were children play should be treated early May and October , make sure to clear all brush piles and rubble piles as rodents spread nymph ticks more than deer. We also use ginney hens . It's really a multi faseted approach that works. Takes a little time but you can control and repel over time. Do a tick drag every so often to keep track of numbers. Good luck with that I know what that's like
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