Fleabusters BioBusters Outside Nematode Treatment
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Is The Fleabusters BioBusters Outside Nematode Treatment Non-Toxic?

YES!  FINALLY A PRODUCT THAT IS TRULY NON-TOXIC.  BY FAR ONE OF THE GREATEST THING MOTHER NATURE HAS EVER GROWN!
Introducing the Beneficial Nematode.  This nematode is a natural enemy to the flea and other undesirable insects in the yard.  In larger numbers it kills the fleas while posing no harm what so ever to humans or pets.
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THE FINEST FLEA KILLER EVER GROWN BY MOTHER NATURE.
Instead of using an insecticide, Fleabusters uses harmless, naturally occurring micro-organisms known as beneficial nematodes (BioBusters) to treat fleas in lawns. Nematodes are actually tiny worms that prey on the larvae of damaging insects, such as fleas. They will not harm people, pets, plants, or earthworms.

Fleabusters technicians mix Biobusters with water and spray into the lawn, concentrating on areas that your pet frequents. Results show that the nematodes do an excellent job of controlling flea larvae within three to five days of the application and will live 4 to 6 weeks if watered. 

Experts agree that effective flea control requires a full frontal attack. This means treating the pet's entire environment, both inside the home and in the yard. Although the inside of the home may be guaranteed, the outside will need to be treated monthly to keep the fleas from returning to the yard.  For more information on how BioBusters can help flea-proof your lawn, call your local Fleabusters today. 

The dirt below the grass should be moist and not dry. If it is dry it should be well watered before the Biobuster treatment and again following the treatment. This provides the best opportunity for the nematodes to get down into the soil area where the fleas are residing. During the summer we recommend watering 3 to 4 times a week if possible. This will provide the best results. If this isn't possible then water as often as possible, but know that it may take a little longer for the nematode population to grow. The beneficial nematodes used are highly effective, but for continous protection from fleas the nematodes should be applied monthly.  Typically results will be seen no later then 7 days, usually much faster.  Want year around protection? Ask about setting up a monthy yard service and the guarantee that comes with this type of service.
Contact your flea experts today to see what we can do for you.