How to Get Rid of Fleas in the Yard


The first step in eliminating fleas outdoors,
is making sure your yard is clean. Start by raking up leaf and yard debris so that the
liquid concentrate will penetrate the grass and soil level where fleas most commonly develop. Common infested areas will include: The ground under decks and trees
Leaf or other yard debris piles And areas where dense shrubbery exists Open sunny areas, along with dry, dusty or
hard surfaces, like patios and driveways, have little need for spraying. Fleas tend
to not develop in these areas. Spray the infested areas with the insecticide
and insect growth regulator solution. Use a hand pump sprayer or back pack sprayer,
depending on the size of your property. And it’s that easy with the expert help
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2 thoughts on “How to Get Rid of Fleas in the Yard

  1. well i got some bifenthrin spray and granuals per the recommendation on your site. fingers crossed! i've got millions of em in my side yard. They keep infecting my dog with some parasite.

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