Three Reasons Our Insect Management Program Is Better (Even In The Fall)

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We’ve all received the cheap offers in the mail or hung on the door for a one-time insect treatment from either “Chuck in a Truck” (as we like to call them) or maybe you get a few from a company’s name that you recognize. We get it. It might be tempting to save a few bucks. But we’re here to tell you, there are no quick lawn care fixes.

You pay for what you get. What those “other guys” don’t mention is that they may need to come out and retreat your lawn multiple times. Which is why we wanted to develop a product that was safe, wouldn’t wash away with the first rain storm and would still keep your yard free from the creepy crawlies.

Here’s why we’re different:

1) Our insect management is all-natural – This means our program is completely non-toxic and safe for everyone: people, pets, and the planet.

2) It only Affects Pests – Say goodbye to kill-all insect treatments! Our selective solution only targets pests such as mosquitoes, ticks and chiggers while being completely harmless to beneficial insects such as butterflies and bees. With the average number of reported Lyme disease cases doubling in the last ten years and bee productivity declining for the third year in a row due to higher mortality rates, when you use Be Green Pro’s treatment, you are helping bring nature back into balance.

3) 15 Minute Wait – Our all-natural spray needs only a short amount of time to adhere to your lawn. While going onto the treated area is not harmful for you, your family, or your pets, we recommend this resting period so the spray dries on your lawn. Then you are free to play!

BONUS: Our treatment is essential-oil based so it’s built to last. We find our treatments last 30 days!

Don’t forget about fall ticks! Our area sees a resurgence of the tick population just in time for cozy fires, s’mores and fall hikes. Make sure you’re ready by calling 262-361-4034.

Until next time,


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