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Clover Mite

Clover mites feed on the juices of clover, grass, and other plants, they very small, about (.75mm), the size of a pin head. A clover mite’s body is oval shaped, with 8 sticky legs. The front two legs are much longer than the other 6 legs, and are sometimes confused with being antennae. Clover mites are related to ticks and spiders and are a type of nuisance pest that cause itchy bites much like chiggers.

Is the treatment safe?

Yes, our technicians use the least amount of material possible to solve your mite problem whether that is using natural products, or conventional products.

During treatment of your targeted infestation, our pest management professionals wear proper equipment from airborne chemicals from drifting on them. Plants are safe. We ask you to refrain pet contact for 30 minutes to one hour after treatment. After the chemicals have dried, it is safe for pets.

Can I treat clover mites myself?

No, controlling any type of mite infestations can be a difficult and frustrating task. To cover larger areas of your home landscape and lawn areas around your home requires larger and more specialized blanket techniques. Do-it-yourself spray is very impractical when trying to control clover mites. Most over the counter chemicals are dangerous and in-effective at best.

How soon can you get here?

Flea Master Pest Control Solutions knows how stressful clover mite infestation problems can be for home owners. We are committed to helping our customers control and eliminate pest problems as quickly as possible, and in most instances Flea Master Technicians are able to respond to service requests the same day or the very next day.

How do I prevent future infestations?

The best way to prevent and control clover mites is by having a year-round pest control service plan in place. Clover mites are so tiny they are difficult to prevent an infestation on your property and can fit through very small spaces of your home.

  • Clearing a 6-24”barrier of clean surface area, sometimes using gravel or stones between your home and lawn can minimize the volume of mites that invade your home.
  • Make sure you fill and maintain caulking spaces around exterior doors and windows.
  • Fill in any foundation cracks, crevices or distressed areas on home exterior walls can help.

At Flea Master Pest Control Solutions our conventional products are EPA registered and approved providing safe treatment to you, your family and pets and your home. Call or contact us online today for more information on any species of mites treatment and our maintenance program.