What is Yardsafe?
Yardsafe is an all natural, non-toxic, and ready-to-use solution designed for outdoor pest control. Yardsafe is engineered to devastate unwanted insect populations without adversely impacting soil or the environment—it kills and repels fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, grubs, mites, chiggers, ants flies, moths, and many other pests.
Yardsafe contains 15% cedar oil.
How to Use
How to Use Yardsafe
Shake well before use. Attach to hose, turn valve to mix, and begin spraying. Apply to entire outdoor space evenly, including shrubbery and bases of trees. Re-application after heavy rain may be necessary. For best results, apply in the early morning or late evening. Apply monthly or as needed. 1 quart covers about 5,000 sq. ft.
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vs. PCO Choice
Yardsafe vs. PCO Choice
PCO Choice is a concentrate, which means you can choose the strength at which you apply it. YardSafe is a ready-to-use, pre-diluted version of PCO.
Yardsafe is more convenient and easier to use: 1 quart covers approximately 1/8 acre or 5,000 sq. ft. Yardsafe can be applied right away with no hassle.
Rain is an Issue
How to Apply When Rain is an Issue
Applying before the rain: If the forecast is predicting heavy rainfall in the next 24-48 hours, it's best to wait to apply Yardsafe until after the rain has passed and the soil has adequately dried (moist soil is fine but soil saturated with water is too wet for application). Similarly, if heavy rain occurs less than 24-48 hours after you've treated your yard, we recommend an additional application. Note: light to medium rains do not necessitate additional applications.
Applying after the rain: If it has just rained, yet the soil is dry or slightly wet, you're fine to apply Yardsafe to your lawn. However, if the soil is muddy, saturated with water, or otherwise extremely wet, it's best to wait until the soil has had more time to dry.
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