10 Spring Bugs to Prep for Now
Spring is almost here! More sun, more fun, and colorful flowers are just around the corner, but sadly so are lots more bugs. But don’t fret, we’re here to prep you for all the annoying, biting creepy crawlies headed your way. Learn what bugs to expect, when to expect them, and how to get ready for each one.
How to Get Rid of Mites: 3 Non-Toxic Steps
These tiny arachnids live throughout our homes, lawns, pets, and even on our skin, where they help dispose of dead cells and excess oils. While most of these mites are harmless and go unnoticed, others can bite repeatedly, causing intense skin irritation.
How to Get Rid of Chiggers with Cedarcide: 3 Steps
Relatives of ticks, chiggers pack one of the most irritating bites on the planet. To make matters worse, they’re nearly microscopic and you won’t know they've bitten you until hours after it happens. Even just a few moments in chigger-infested grass can leave you host to blisters, rashes, and hives that can last for months.
5 Tips to Chigger-Proof Your Yard Without Harsh Chemicals
Chiggers can put a serious damper on summer activities. Here are 5 tips to get a chigger-free lawn this summer without harsh chemicals.
What You Need to Know About Mange
Mange is a skin disorder caused by parasitic mites. There are two types: Demodectic mange (also known as red mange) and Sarcoptic mange, sometimes called scabies.
What You Need to Know About Ear Mites
While there are several kinds of mites that can live in your cat or dog's ears, “ear mites” usually refers to a specific type, Otodectes cynotis (an infestation with this mite is called “otodectic mange”).
Is Cedar Oil Safe For Birds?
Because many of our customers are bird owners, or use our products for agricultural reasons, we’re sometimes asked, “Is cedar oil toxic to birds?” The answer is yes—but it’s a little complicated.
What You Need to Know About Chiggers + How to Get Rid of Them
Most active during spring, summer and fall, chiggers have four life stages: egg, larvae, nymph and adult. But only the larval stage individuals—in other words, the babies—are parasitic.
MITES: FAQ's + How To Get Rid Of Them
There are over 48,000 species of mites. They can be found in almost every corner of the world, surviving everywhere from tropical environments to arid ecosystems, even indoors alongside humans.