Organic Tick & Mosquito Control
Safe for kids, pets, and honeybees. Lawnbright Yard Patrol is a proven organic cedar oil solution that will reduce pesky ticks and mosquitoes in your yard in less time and for less money.
Beat Mosquitoes and Ticks with an Organic Solution
Reducing mosquitoes and ticks is key to having a yard you can use all summer long – but traditional methods are full of harmful chemicals or just plain annoying to deal with. Lawnbright Yard Patrol uses a proven solution – organic cedar oil – to reduce pesky ticks and mosquitoes. Yard Patrol won't harm beneficial insects like honeybees, and is safe for kids and pets when used as directed. Like all of our trusted products, you can feel good about what you're spraying on your lawn.
Got Mosquitoes! You Need Some Yard Patrol!
"I had swarms of mosquitoes at the end of my driveway and then found a few ticks in my backyard. I put down some Yard Patrol (side note: it
smells awesome because it's cedar oil) and they were gone almost
instantly! Very happy."
- Andrew H.
Save Hundreds, Save Time: Tick & Mosquito Control in 3 Easy Steps:
- Hook the Yard Patrol spray bottle up to your hose.
- Spray as directed (mostly around your lawn's perimeter)
- You're done. Ticks, mosquitoes and other pests will begin evacuating your yard immediately.
Each application should take less than 20 minutes, and you'll need to apply every few weeks at first, then as needed throughout the season. Having an event or feeling the bugs bite? Simply hit the yard with another round of Yard Patrol for even more protection.
Yard Patrol is available as a full-season subscription or as an individual purchase if you want to supplement your current mosquito and tick control service.
Yard Patrol Reduces Other Pests
Yard Patrol is effective in reducing the presence of: Mosquitoes, Ticks, Fleas, White Grubs, Mole Crickets, Ants, Armyworms, Billbugs, Cinchbugs, Crickets, Cutworms, Earwigs, European Crane Flies, Grasshoppers, Leafhoppers, Millipedes, Pillbugs, Sowbugs, Sod Webworms, and other landscape pests.