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Tick Attack™ Yard Spray

Updated: Jun 28, 2022

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Lyme disease is one of the best known tick borne diseases, but it is only one of the many debilitating and potentially life-altering diseases that ticks can carry and transmit. At Atlantick we believe no bite is a good bite, and we are dedicated to finding environmentally safe solutions to keep us all free from this significant but preventable threat.

Working with Dr. Nicoletta Faraone from Acadia University, our latest innovation is a ground spray that is formulated to repel and kill ticks and their eggs.

Why create a ground spray?

It is really important to know that when it comes to tick bite prevention no method is 100% effective on its own. It is best to practice as many steps as possible, as often as you can. Some of those vital steps include wearing an effective repellent and protective clothing, keeping out of overgrown vegetation, and doing daily tick checks. Atlantick has created another option to help decrease the threat of tick encounters in your own personal green space. Atlantick Tick Attack both kills and repels ticks, providing you with more comfort when it comes to enjoying the outdoors.

Eradicate Ticks, Mites and Mosquito Larvae in Your Yard Safely.

Where can Tick Attack be used?

Tick Attack should be used anywhere there is risk of encountering ticks in cultivated green spaces, keeping in mind that children and pets are at highest risk of acquiring tick bites. Optimal Tick Attack treatment areas include people's backyards and personal green spaces, school grounds, public park and recreation areas, golf courses and surrounding areas where golfers retrieve balls, to name a few.

As is the firm belief of Lisa Learning, founder of Atlantick, children should be able to play and enjoy nature safely and without dire consequences to their health and wellbeing.

What makes this spray different?

This spray has been formulated and designed foremost to kill and repel ticks, while being safe for the environment, animals and people. Laboratory and field tested, Tick Attack has been shown to kill up to 80% of ticks in the first 48 hours, and continues to kill over 92% of ticks within two weeks of treatment. It will also repel up to 100% of ticks while the scent is present. When used according to label this product will have no adverse impact on pollinators, but will have the added (off-label) bonus of killing spider mites and mosquito larvae.

Tick Attack Q&A

When and how often should I apply Tick Attack?

We recommend at minimum, an application in the Spring and again in the Fall.

It would be most useful to apply at the beginning of a dry period to allow for the greatest effectiveness and length of use of the product. If ticks are already present, it would be beneficial to repeat the treatment of Tick Attack after a week. This is not necessary but an added protection. If you live nearby wooded and/or country areas with wildlife populations (i.e., deer, rodents, birds), check the potential presence of ticks brought in by wildlife. If this is a common occurrence, reapplication of the product is recommended as these animals will drop new ticks in the area. Spraying for nymph ticks should start in late spring or early summer, or anytime temperatures are consistently near or above 4°C. Application in late fall (before temperatures drop below 4°C) will kill overwintering ticks, reducing populations for the following spring.

Is it ok to apply if the ground is wet?

Do I need to disturb the ground to make sure the spray finds the ticks who may be hiding under leaf litter?

Will this kill the tick eggs as well?

Will the spray interfere with pollination when blossoms are open?

Do you have any data available for the consumer on toxicity to the plants and pollinating insects?

Do you have any chemists and biologists on your team?

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