DISCOVER WHY OUR EASY ORGANIC PEST CONTROL KITS ARE SWEEPING THE NATION!
Supercharged Cedar Granules
All liquid pesticides evaporate eventually, but our heartwood granules deliver a fresh blast of cedar infused liquid to the soil or grass each time it rains!
We apologize in advance for the dead bugs in your puddles!
Fleas, Mites & Bedbugs Beware!
Show bedbugs, fleas and mites that you mean business! This nonstaining organic formula is safe to spray on humans, dogs, carpets, drapes, furniture and bedding. To treat wood floors, saturate a clean dust mop with the formula. This formula is also effective against ants, cockroaches, spiders, centipedes and a wide variety of household insects. Spray cabinets, drawers and cubbyholes to discourage insects from crawling over dishes, food and utensils.
5 WAYS TO EXPLODE YOUR LAWN CARE OR LANDSCAPING BUSINESS
We've sold endless drums of cedar oil to pest control companies that use essential oils in making their own private label essential oil blends. Why is cedar oil so popular?
More than 300,000 people are diagnosed with Lyme disease in the United States every year. That’s 1.5 times the number of women diagnosed with breast cancer, and six times the number of people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. An ever-growing number of pet owners want to treat their yards for ticks and fleas, but they've become increasingly afraid of chemicals sold in stores. The same goes for gardeners who want to drive pests away from food and ornamental plants without the dangerous chemical residues.
The green movement is no longer just a fringe movement; It has become a reality among ordinary consumers and a wake-up call around the world. Below you will find a few simple ways to ATTRACT and RETAIN more customers by offering simple ORGANIC solutions to common pest problems.
1. OFFER ORGANIC FLEA AND TICK CONTROL SERVICES TO PET OWNERS
Make your client's yard an inhospitable place for mosquitoes, fleas and ticks to hang around. Our heartwood granules are richly impregnated with cedar oil to deposit long lasting aromas that humans love and insects hate! Extend the life of liquid treatments by sprinkling granules around the yard. Repellent properties last up to two months. Aromas recharge when it rains. We apologize in advance for the dead bugs in your puddles.
Retail Price: $45 per 20 lb. bag plus shipping
Wholesale: $1.50 per pound plus shipping. Totes available in 500, 600 and 750 lb sizes. Feel free to package this product with your own company label and charge customers whatever you like.
2. HELP GARDENERS KEEP THE PESTS OFF THEIR VEGETABLES & ORNAMENTALS
Nobody wants to eat vegetables treated with chemicals anymore! Offer to spray your customer's garden with our cedar oil concentrate and follow with a dusting of cedar granules to boost long term residual effects. See testimonials.
Using a hose end sprayer, it takes just 6 oz. of our cedar oil concentrate to treat up to 5000 sq. ft. of outdoor space. For tank sprayers, mix 2 oz. of product per gallon.
3. KEEP RODENTS FROM ENTERING YOUR CUSTOMER'S HOMES
Rodents are heat seekers. As the weather grows colder, they'll be looking for ways to enter cracks and crevices around the foundation of your customer's homes. Discourage rodents from nesting near structures by spreading cedar granules around the perimeter of sheds, garages and homes. Rodents absolutely HATE the smell of cedar, which is why pet hamster enthusiasts are advised not to use cedar bedding. Cedar does not have this effect upon dogs. In fact, dog houses are notoriously built of cedar wood to repel ticks and fleas. Cattle fences are built of cedar to resist termite infestation for up to 50 years!
4. CONTROL TERMITES BEFORE THEY BEGIN TO INVADE STRUCTURES
There's a big reason why cedar shake siding is highly prized among builders seeking to erect cabins in termite infested forests. Termites generally avoid cedar wood, and if they dare to ingest it, the phenol compounds will kill the internal parasite responsible for digesting cellulose. If you encounter termites while working in a client's yard, suggest an application of cedar granules, as it could only be a matter of time before these hungry critters begin to invade various structures on the property. Even if your customer is currently using their own pesticides to battle termites, explain that all liquid treatments evaporate eventually. Cedar granules keep giving off pest controlling aromas for months. Each time it rains, supercharged fluids flowing from the granules will deliver a fresh shot of phenol compounds to the soil.
5. LEAVE PEST CONTROL FLIERS BEHIND!
Make your regular clients aware that you're now in the organic pest control business. They may not need your services today, but they'll remember you when insect issues arise. Even if you currently use chemical pesticides, many of your customers will be delighted to know that organic options are available.
MORE ABOUT CEDAR OIL
Cedar oil is a BASE NOTE. In the world of aroma therapy and perfume making, the "note" of an oil refers to the rate at which the oil evaporates. The top note is the first scent you detect in a perfume blend. The base note is the lingering essence that stays with you long after the top note has faded. (Common top notes include orange and lemon.) For this reason, organic mosquito repellents often mix top notes such as orange or lemon into a base of cedar to prolong pest controlling effects. Indeed, we've sold thousands upon thousands of gallons to pest control proprietors who make their own private label blends.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF CEDAR OIL
The power of cedar oil has been well documented throughout the ages. As a destroyer of bacteria and parasites that break down flesh, it was a prized substance used by the Egyptians in the mummification process. For centuries, it has been used as a holistic treatment for a variety of skin conditions caused by bacterial and fungal organisms. Early American settlers blanketed their cabins with cedar needles to repel insects, rodents and snakes. Even today, cedar oil is a very popular organic pesticide for commercial crops and vegetable gardens. Dog houses and cattle fences are still built with cedar wood, which naturally resists decay and pest infestation for 50 years or more.
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