How much does Green Pest Management cost?
Call or fill out the form for your FREE estimate. Wondering how to minimize your environmental impact? Looking for green pest management solutions? ICU Pest Control offers a wide range of green control solutions and tactics. And our technicians are available 24/7 for rapid response. And will be arriving in unmarked vehicles for your privacy, deploying certified and insured experts, implementing industry-leading products, deterrents, baits and tactics. Further more ICU Pest Control is reliable, affordable, family owned and operated. Because we are your #1 local Green Pest Management solution specialists, and we’re here to help.
So how do you get rid of pests using green pest management solutions?
IPM (integrated pest Management) is a component of a continuum that directs to an environmentally sensible and least toxic solution and referred to as green pest management solutions. So with the objective of providing the highest quality pest control service possible. Because sensitively evaluating each client’s needs and wishes to achieve a good fit for both client and pest control specialist. Further more the pest control specialist delivers pest diagnostics, solves problems and educates the client on greener control solutions. Inspect, monitor and eradicate favorable environmental conditions for invading pests, and only use insecticides when other methods are not suitable or feasible. In conclusion there must be substantial criteria for the green solutions and methods used, and they must be used in a fashion that lowers exposure to clients, guests, pets and control specialists. Expert pest control companies must take the lead in providing the delivery of quality green control solutions preferred by clients.
Not all pest problems have an effective green control solution, as a result ICU pest control is always trying to work with local communities and clients to provide greener control solutions. Pest deterrence and monitoring systems are crucial to the containment of pests through the decrease of pest access, habitat and accessibility of food and water. Clients must be educated and proactive; both the technician and the client must help to remove food sources, water sources and habitat. This may include adjustments to the buildings light, humidity, temperature and any other environmental conditions that may be favourable for the pests. All the resources and methods needed for the job are integrated into the green pest management program. The client is advised about the pest, favorable conditions and locations for the pest, and conditions conductive for the pest or pests to gain access to their needs. (water, food, harbourage).
Physical or mechanical controls are employed as applicable such as, vacuuming, traps, physical barriers, steam cleaning and changing irrigation procedures. Elimination of plants supporting the pest problem. Etc. An integrated, methodical approach will result from these measures. Cleanliness, including waste management, restoration, modification, design and construction, should be a fundamental part of green pest control solution. Cooperation from the client is detrimental to the success of the program.
but rather be one piece of the greener pest control puzzle.
Artemisia strong antiseptic helps repel insects and small animals not recommended for vegetable gardens because it releases botanical poison.
Basil good for flies, mosquitoes and thrips and fine for your veggie garden.
Bee Balm this will bring bees to your garden that helps with pollination and good to have around your tomato plants.
Borage this one is all around good for plants and soil repelling hornworms and cabbageworms and attracting bees and wasps to your garden and adding trace elements to the soil.
Catnip this plant is good for a wide range of insects like ants, weevils, aphids, squash bugs and it works great with ants as well.
Chives helping with Japanese beetles and carrot rust flies.
Dahlias repelling nematodes.
Dill attracting predatory wasps and hover flies as bio-pest control as well as hornworms. Dill should be planted away from tomato plants to help keep hornworms away from them. Almost like baiting them away.
Garlic repelling aphids, Japanese beetle, root maggots, carrot root fly and snails.
Hyssop attracting honeybees.
Lavender repels fleas and moths.