Using Lawn Treatments To Eradicate Armadillo Digging Activity Armadillos are nocturnal feeders that forage for insects and bugs, and often they cause considerable damage to lawns as they dig up their nightly prey. You may want to think about finding a repellent pesticide treatment for your lawn, if you're having a persistent armadillo problem. The right product can be highly effective in preventing nocturnal digging activity when it is used properly. Repellent treatments will typically contain inactive and active components. Inactive components might be granules or pellets which offer a hard, protective shell for the active ingredients. This allows active ingredients which could cause irritation or harm to be shielded from your skin. The process of delivery also keeps active ingredients intact inspite of the effects of weather, and makes for an extended shelf life. Make sure to find a product that is organically derived. These products can be created from a number of natural, food grade minerals, spices and oils and can be found at your local organic garden supply store or online. In order to guarantee that no harmful substances are introduced into your lawn, be sure that you find out all the ingredients included in a repellent pesticide. There shouldn't be any need for harsh synthetic chemicals in an effective product, and such chemicals could pose extreme risk to people, either during application or after. Buying a safe, organic product should also help to ensure that you're not doing harm to the environment. A benign, chemical free layer of the effective repellent should be created on the top of the soil of your lawn that will deter armadillos from causing destructive digging. Since they target armadillos' keen sense of smell, these repellents work very well under the right conditions. The repellant, whether in granules or pellet form, needs to be spread evenly on the lawn. Watering, as the external shell is softened, will allow the treatment to be activated and the active ingredients will be able to extract themselves. These extracted repellents are soaked up into the soil, producing a treated layer in the surface of your lawn's soil. This layer will be extremely unpleasant to any wandering armadillo looking for a place to dig. Choose a product that has active ingredients that aren't water soluble, so they won't easily wash away in a couple of days. In fact, based on your lawns conditions, the protective barrier you develop in your topsoil might remain effective for as long as 2 months. Armadillos will quickly learn that there are better places to go digging for a meal when you use this type of simple pesticide repellent barrier because it will deter most animals with a keen sense of smell. With 33% of the armadillo's brain being devoted to olfactory data processing, it has been stated that their sense of smell is far more developed than that of dogs. It makes more sense about how an armadillo gets by with such poor eyesight with their highly-developed sense of smell. In fact, they've been proven to be able to find food buried up to six inches deep with their nose alone. Due to this keen sense of smell, a good, organically-based repellent, carefully placed on your lawn, could go a long way to reducing unwanted digging. Depending on how often and how much the treated area is watered, and the size of the local population of the armadillos could make a difference in the efficiency of a treatment. You will be able to get the most effective method of treatment from a local or online retailer.
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BGA Industries, LLC
Published on May 13, 2014
Having an organic pesticide like Yard Gard means safety for your pets and youngsters. Take a peek at Yard Gard by visiting their webpage whi...