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Why is it Important to Use a Natural Black Fly Repellent?

Who wants to have their summer invaded by pesky black flies? How do we avoid their painful bites? And is there a natural black fly repellent that can be used instead of covering our bodies and our animals with toxic pesticides? It is important to handle repelling these insects in a safe manner.

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Does Citronella Oil Actually Help Repel Mosquitoes?

It’s summertime! Who doesn’t want to be outside enjoying this beautiful weather? Whether you are sitting outside by the pool, enjoying a round of golf, fishing with your children, or relaxing beside a campfire, this enjoyment can quickly be tempered by pesky mosquitoes invading your time of relaxation.  Many people turn to citronella candles to help keep mosquitoes away. But how effective is the use of citronella oil really? And what even is citronella?

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Creating the Best Pest-Free Outdoor Party

Still enjoying the last few weeks of summer and looking forward to the cooler temperatures of fall? These next few months are the best time of the year for all those outdoor parties you’ve been wanting to host. However, uninvited guests in the form of biting, buzzing, stinging pests can quickly ruin that perfect barbeque, pool party, or birthday party. Thus, we have compiled a list of party planning ideas to help you avoid having your outdoor gathering ruined by pesky bugs.

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Black Flies: The Buzzing Pest

Animal owners are tingling all over their bodies when they only hear the words "black fly." This mosquito species grows up to 6 millimeters in size and can become a health problem, especially in older and immunocompromised animals.

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Why Choose a Natural Mosquito Repellent?

Choosing a natural mosquito repellent not only protects you from mosquitoes but also from the damaging effects of DEET. Mosquitoes are considered the most dangerous insect on the planet. From West Nile to Zika, and many other diseases, the number of illnesses attributed to mosquitoes seems to be growing rather than reducing.

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