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Some Facts about the Armadillo...

Where did the armadillo come from?The nine-banded armadillosare not native to the U.S. They began slowly expanding their range north from --Mexico into Texas around the 1880’s. The nine-banded armadillo is the only armadillo species --known to inhabit North America.Today they are found from Texas to Colorado and eastward ---to Florida and ranging as far north as the Carolinas.Armadillo’s Foraging [...]

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Can I Make Yard Gard Work Faster?

Most customers want to put an end, as soon as possible, to the damage being done to their lawn by the pest animal. Yard Gard is designed with optimum ingredients and ingredient concentrations, which enables Yard Gard to start being effective in 1 to 14 days after the product's application and the first watering session; the duration of the product's effectiveness [...]

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Yard Gard Advantage Club

BGA Industries has developed a “10 Minute Lawn Care Pest Control Tune-Up” which we will conduct with you over the telephone.This is normally a service we sell, but during our End of the Season Clearances there is no charge for this call or service, but please be advised that the call must be strictly limited to 10 minutes. This [...]

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The Results of the Double Blind Study of Repelling Pest Animals

"A visual aid tells more of the story than just using words, the old adage of a picture is worth a thousand word is demonstrated here.  When BGA Industries, the manufacturer of Yard Gard, first started to develop Yard Gard's formula, they used the Double Blind Study method. What this means is that all persons involved with [...]

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When to De-Thatch the Lawn

Fall is the time of the year where many people de-thatch their lawns. Thatch is made up of dead grass, clippings and debris. Some amount of thatch is actually good for your lawn but too much can be detrimental. The amount of dead thatch in the lawn can affect the effectiveness of certain animal deterrents, since thatch will [...]

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