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Old 05-20-2008, 11:42 PM   #1
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Looking for a pest control place that sells there chemical here in town for do-it-yourself ppl.... I tried looking it up on the net but did'nt find anything..
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Old 05-20-2008, 11:53 PM   #2
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google" do it yourself pest control pensacola"
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Old 05-21-2008, 12:02 AM   #3
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there is a place behind good times tours i think it is now a john deere place now but from what i understand they still carry the chemicals it used to be lesco. i buy my stuff from there quitew a bit. hope this helps you.
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Old 05-21-2008, 12:05 AM   #4
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there isplace on Pine Forest Rd between blue angel and mobile hwy that specializes in nothing but do it yourself pest controll and they are very helpful
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Old 05-21-2008, 12:17 AM   #5
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neckred? (5/20/2008)google" do it yourself pest control pensacola"
There address is www.pestproducts.com Ask for Steve. Or John Deere Landscapes formely Lesco. Ask for Bill
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Old 05-21-2008, 12:21 AM   #6
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ya thanks midnight.. I found that website after about 10mins of searching... I was going to call them tomorrow, and see about that john deere place.. Theres some Bad fleas at the other house and we've sprayed the house about 4-5 times already with no help, and sprayed the yard twice... Have'nt been back over there But it probably did'nt really help...
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Old 05-21-2008, 12:33 AM   #7
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There is no silver bullet when it comes to spraying for fleas. Are you using a growth regulator???? If not you should be. If the other house you are referring to is vacant this could be part of the ongoing problem. Fleas that are in the pupil state can remain so for up to a year with out a warm blooded animal in the house. This is there way of survival. If there is no host, (you or a pet) they will not emerege from this final step of metamorpahes.But once activity starts up again in this house they start to emerge again. This is where the growth regulator will help you out. It wont kill the adult fleas but will make then sterile so they cant reproduce thus breaking the life cycle. You need an adultacide and mix it with the growth regulator. One kills the existing adults and the other will effect the ones in the pupil stage once they emerge.
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Old 05-21-2008, 12:36 AM   #8
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Many years ago when I was single I had a girlfriend who had a cat. We left it alone for about a week while on a trip and when we got back fleas were everywhere. I tried sprays and nothing worked. As a last resort I got a bag of Sevin dust and sprinkled it around and worked it into the carpet with a broom. Left it there for about 3 days and then vacuumed it up. No more fleas.
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welldoya (5/20/2008)Many years ago when I was single I had a girlfriend who had a cat. We left it alone for about a week while on a trip and when we got back fleas were everywhere. I tried sprays and nothing worked. As a last resort I got a bag of Sevin dust and sprinkled it around and worked it into the carpet with a broom. Left it there for about 3 days and then vacuumed it up. No more fleas.
Dont try this at home folks.
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:17 AM   #10
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Ask Clay-DOh if the stuff I gave him if it killed the fleas and everything else in his back yard. I think you are talking about your back yard. If you are talking about INSIDE your house then I would not give you any to use in the house.

I spray this stuff every two years on the yard. I spread it in the backyard last week when them fuckflies started showing up and I haven't seen ANY since then.

From my experience NOTHING lives after spraying this stuff. Fleas, ticks, flies, cockroaches, ants, molecrickets, I mean nothing. It's outlawed now, but I bought it 12 years ago from do-it-yourself pest control in Jax, Fl.

He said it worked but he may have been being nice and just told me that. I have not had fleas since I have been here though and that was my 3rd spray.

Cost is nothing. I have enough left for 6 more years. It cost me $160 a gallon back in 95 or 96.
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