Go Organic Tick Control

Safe for You, Your Family and Pets (Control from March - November)

April showers bring May flowers which are welcome after the winter months, but this is the time of the year when people should be on the lookout for another, less pleasurable harbinger of the season — the black-legged, or deer tick.

The bite from these hardy little parasites can transmit the bacterial infection that causes Lyme disease, as well as some other bacterial and viral infections. The deer tick is present year-round and when temperatures rise in the spring and summer, the ticks become more active and go in search of new hosts to feed on. These include deer, small rodents, such as the white-footed mouse and chipmunk, birds, dogs and, of course, humans.

Go Organic offers an all-natural, 100% organic alternative which is superior to the standard chemical programs. We will treat your property, targeting wood lines, shrubbery and tall grasses. Our 7-step program, with applications being applied monthly from April through October, minimizes your risk and virtually eliminates the threat.

Did You Know?

  • Ticks are arachnids, relatives of spiders.
  • Ticks live around your home, in wooded areas and tall grasses.
  • Ticks don’t jump, fly or drop from trees they latch onto your foot or leg and  crawl up your body.
  • Deer ticks will be active any winter day that the ground is not snow-covered or frozen.
  • Ticks can pass infections from one host to the next, including humans.
  • Blood-engorged females survive the winter in the forest leaf litter and begin laying their 1,500 or more eggs in late May.
  • Ticks come in all sizes, some are smaller than a freckle

Useful Links | Ticks

Center for Disease Control

Tick information, identification, diseases and more.

Tick Encounter Resource Center

University of Rhode Island tick information.