How To Use
To begin, broadcast Cedarcide Granules throughout yard as well as along the edge of your house, garage, sheds, and barns to create a repellent barrier. In addition to your yard, Cedarcide Granules can be used sparingly in interior locations such as attics, closets, and planter boxes for additional protection.
Each bag covers about 3,000 sq. feet. It is best to apply every other month, or as needed.
What Are Cedarcide Granules?
Cedarcide Insect Repelling Granules are made from cedar tree shavings, and they're a natural way to protect your lawn from troublesome pests.
The cedar aroma deters fleas, ants, mites, and mosquitos.
Most importantly, the granules create a cedar barrier that repels these insects and can be placed around the edges of a lawn or even in potted plants to deter spider-mites.
For instance, if your lawn is completely overrun by insects such as fleas, ticks, mosquitos, grubs, mites, chiggers, ants, flies, moths, and other pests, consider pairing Cedarcide Granules with PCO Choice.
PCO Choice is a natural, non-toxic, and eco-friendly concentrate designed for more thorough pest control.
The cedar granules act as a barrier, blocking all ways of entry for these insects, while the PCO Choice is meant to be sprayed over the entirety of the lawn.
How To Bug-Proof Your Yard
Remove all clutter from your yard: woodpiles, yard equipment, brush, leaves, lawn clippings, tree stumps, unused dog houses, furniture, tires, and anything else that could collect water (mosquitoes use stagnant water to breed).
Engage in landscaping practices that expose your lawn to as much sunlight as possible (by trimming branches, tall grass, shrubbery, etc). Direct sunlight can be lethal to many bugs, like termites, chiggers, scorpions and more.
Many bugs need lush vegetation to hide, so regularly mow, edge, weed eat, rake, and trim the hedges.