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Tick Treatment

  • Ticks should be treated in spring and fall (Treatment can be made between April 1st and mid-September but should be made May-June for nymph period and August-September larval period.)
  • You can use Talstar, Mavrik and Ticktubes (Mavrik should be used instead of Talstar in flowering areas or anywhere Talstar would be dangerous to Honeybees)
  • The tick tubes should be placed within 1 yard of mouse harborage areas (Place tubes flat on the ground in all brush-covered and wooded areas to be treated. The maximum distance between tubes should not exceed 30 feet in any direction in tick harborage.)

Swat Team Tick and Mosquito Reduction Program offers 3 levels of Tick treatment depending on the severity of the problem.

1st level: Tick tubes are placed in mouse harborage areas in spring and again in fall.

2nd level: In Spring a barrier treatment is made around the property extending 10 feet into wooded areas using Talstar and Tick Tubes are placed in mouse harborage areas in Spring and Fall.

3rd level: Barrier treatments are made with Talstar/Mavrik in Spring and Fall as well as Tick Tubes being placed in mouse harborage areas.

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“I have been with Brody Brothers for 5.5 years. Ari has been coming to my home for all this time. He does a great job. I hardly ever have an issue. He keeps us pest free which isn't easy living in the woods.”

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Owings Mills, MD

“Over 10 year. Service is always top notch. They are always on time and take care of any problems.”

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Baltimore, MD

“We have been using Brody Brothers for around 5 years and we love that they are personal and they will keep coming back until a problem is resolved.”

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