Pesticides Waxhaw NC

Pesticides are chemical compounds that include insect repellent, cockroach spray, herbicides, insecticides, and weed killers. They are used to kill pests and for pest control and pest mitigation. See below to learn more and to gain access to garden supply stores in Waxhaw, NC that give access to pesticides.

A All Animal Control of South Charlotte
(704) 256-3148
Po Box 1124
Waxhaw, NC

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(704) 573-1197
PO Box 398
Waxhaw, NC
Carolina Pest Management
(704) 283-1527
1410 Concord Ave
Monroe, NC
Carolina Pest Management
(704) 288-0786
1410 Concord Avenue
Monroe, NC
Pest control services including: Ants, bed bugs, carpenter ants, cockroaches, crickets, fleas and ticks, rodent control, silverfish, spiders, stinging insects, termites and other wood destroying insects. Other services include: Bird control; real estate wood infestation reports; bat control and exclusion; snake control and pre-construction termite treatment; moisture control; poly vapor barriers; crawlspace ventilation and enclosed crawlspaces.
Membership Organizations
Homeowner Approved, Better Business Bureau Accredited Business; North Carolina Pest Management Association; Professional Pest Management Alliance; PestOne Member Company; National Pest Management Association; Enquirer-Journal Reader’s Choice Award, 6 consecutive years.

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(888) 304-7302
2119 Stafford St. Ext.
Monroe, NC
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Phone Hours
MON - FRI 9:00AM - 9:30PM; SAT 9:00AM - 6:00PM; SUN 1:00PM - 6:00PM

William J. Powers, Beekeeper
(704) 843-5760
5801 Stonebridge Lane
Waxhaw, NC
(704) 542-4399
15105 John J Delaney D
Charlotte, NC
(704) 764-5756
4621 Wolf Pond Rd
Monroe, NC
(704) 225-1667
PO Box 2103
Monroe, NC
(704) 636-3692
1403 Miller St
Monroe, NC
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Pesticides | Safe and effective pesticides for your yard and garden

Safe and effective pesticides for your yard and garden

The plants in your garden and yard are vulnerable to a variety of insects that can damage or even kill roots, leaves, vegetables and flowers. By applying a chemical or natural pesticide product, you can ensure that your plants stay protected throughout the year so that they can grow and thrive.

Chemical Pesticides

The most common pesticides on the market are made from organochlorides, pyrethroids or other chemicals that kill insects or stop them from reproducing. Organochloride pesticides are among the strongest of these chemicals and function by inhibiting nerve impulses in insects.

Many chemical pesticides are highly effective on all types of insects but must be applied carefully because of their toxicity. If you have children or pets, make sure to purchase a chemical pesticide that has a low level of toxicity, and also take care to follow the package directions so that you don't inadvertently damage your plants . Despite the care with which they should be applied, chemical pesticides can be an excellent choice when facing a severe insect infestation, or when used sparingly to protect vulnerable plants, because they tend to be more effective than natural alternatives.

Organic Pesticides

In recent years, completely natural pesticides have become more and more common due to their lack of toxicity and ease of use. Organic pesticides are made from a variety of different substances, including aromatic oils that insects find distasteful, substances made from plants that have natural pest-resistant properties, and minerals and other materials that naturally repel or kill insects.

Organic pesticides are a great choice for the home gardener because they can be applied liberally without any danger. For gardeners with small children or pets who sometimes handle or ingest soil or plants, organic insecticides are an absolute must.

Available in sprays, powders and solutions, organic pesticide fertiliz...

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