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Yard Bug Barrier

Enjoy Your Yard Without Bugs and Without Chemicals

Yard Bug Barrier

Fight bugs and pests around your home and yard without chemicals. You don’t want to be bitten by ticks, eaten for dinner by mosquitoes, or have ants enjoying your food! You also don’t want chemicals, and that's where Good Nature can help. Instead of synthetic chemical insecticides, such as pyrethroids and neonicotinoids, we use natural plant extracts to keep pesky bugs from ruining your day. 

Eat outside, don't be eaten! Enjoy your time in the yard without being attacked by Mosquitoes! Our all natural Yard Bug Barrier spray made from Garlic, Cedar, and Peppermint Oils, can repel Mosquitoes and other flying insects from your yard for up to four weeks. It may smell a little bit like a pizzeria for an hour or two, but after that, the scent will become undetectable to humans. For a full season of Mosquito Suppression, we recommend four Yard Bug Barrier applications throughout the Summer. You can also purchase Mosquito Barrier, which is an all natural Mosquito solution that utilizes the natural sulfur in Garlic to repels insects, including Mosquitoes, Ticks, Fleas and even Black Flies. 

We've never liked having Fleas invade our homes by hitching rides on our pets. Now with Ticks invading the Midwest, there are even more reasons to keep these biting bugs out of our lawns and landscapes. We realize it can be tempting to resort to a chemical, like a pyrethroid, to get rid of these pests. The good news however, is that you don't need to use anything toxic to keep Ticks and Fleas out of your yard! Good Nature offers a 4-6 step program using natural plant oils like Cedar, Garlic, and Peppermint to keep Ticks & Fleas out of your yard.

Why Avoid Chemical Insecticides

Chemical insecticides pose risks for people, pets, birds, and bees. One common insecticide is often described by chemical companies as being as safe as Chrysanthemum Flowers. On the contrary, these products actually contain a synthetic, highly toxic version of a compound found naturally in Chrysanthemums.
MORE INFORMATION: Harmful Impact of Synthetic Pyrethroids

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