Surface-feeding insects can damage foliage and compromise the health of your lawn and surrounding vegetation. Back to Nature applies a single treatment to combat a wide range of pests, such as sod webworm, chinch bugs, billbugs, army worms, and other turf-feeding insects that may be there at the time of application.
Back To Nature’s Perimeter Pest Control services can prove a powerful weapon against the many creepy crawlers looking to make their way inside your home. This effective solution typically begins in April or May (or as the Michigan weather allows) and runs through five total applications per season. Our trained and skilled specialists apply the treatment on the exterior of your home or business to help reduce swarms and infestations of:
Our perimeter treatments can keep these bugs and insects where they belong: outside.
Along with controlling grubs, our treatment can also protect your lawn from additional insects including billbugs and turf caterpillars. While less common than white grubs, these insects still cause substantial turf damage. Our treatment program is extremely effective at controlling lawn insects and has little impact on beneficial insects you do want in your yard, such as honey bees and earthworms. There is no adverse effect on bumble bee colonies even when the worker bees are exposed to the flowering clover.
Best Part about it? Our product is 100% pollinator friendly!!
Mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks do more than prevent us from enjoying outdoor events, activities, and living spaces. These parasites carry a multitude of severe and potentially fatal diseases. Back to Nature has developed a long-term program dedicated to eliminating these dreadful insects to protect your loved ones and beloved family pets throughout the season. Keep your lawn, parties and celebrations pest free for ultimate peace of mind.
Tired of seeing tell-tale mole mounds popping up on your property? We can help. Back to Nature offers Mole Control as a one time service, or a season long program with one set price.
“Each year mosquito-borne diseases affect over 1 billion and kill more than 1 million people worldwide, making the mosquito the deadliest creature in the world” – World Health Organization