It’s finally safe to go outside with Greenbug

By Lanier Laney
Thanks to a new non-toxic mosquito and no-see-ums eradicator pumped through your lawn irrigation system, safely eliminating pests from your yard is no longer a wishful dream, it is a real possibility, according to the owner of Greenbug, Inc.
Lady’s Island resident Louise Hodges founded the company that manufactures and sells green, earth-friendly pest control products. She was recently awarded first place for her new patent-pending invention, the Greenbug Injector System, that distributes Greenbug for Outdoors, a natural pest control product, via an irrigation system. Chilton and Heath Simmons were the first people in Beaufort to install the new system at their new home.
Pests are annoying, they cause damage, and they carry dangerous vector diseases like West Nile Virus and Lyme Disease. Mild winters and high moisture levels ensure a banner year for pests in 2012.  The Greenbug Injector System can eliminate these pests and the worry they cause. Safe, easy and effective, the Greenbug Injector System wipes out all problem pests in the most environmentally responsible way possible. Greenbug is deadly to pests yet harmless to humans, animals, beneficial creatures and the environment.
Moms need not worry about transmitted diseases when kids play outside and pets can romp freely without the worry of fleas. For this Earth Day, green pest control in the yard is a reality.
Even Palmetto Mosquito Misting Systems — an arm of Palmetto Exterminating out of Charleston (one of the biggest pest control company in South Carolina) — is changing ALL of its misting systems over to Greenbug because it is more effective. Now there’s some street cred.
For more information, visit www.greenbugallnatural.com or contact Louise Hodges at louise@greenbugallnatural.com.

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