It’s no secret, pesticides and toxic chemicals are dangerous. We take extra care to avoid any substances that are simply too dangerous to justify using on our foods, gardens, livestock, homes, and our earth. On the other hand, it’s critical to protect against the diseases bugs carry because the threat is bigger than ever before. Learn how to protect yourself below.
The danger is greater than ever before. In 2016 the World Health Organization declared the Zika virus an international public health emergency and now estimates that there could be four million Zika-related cases in the Americas within the next year. Lyme disease is one of the fastest growing epidemics to date with numbers of US cases reported per year skyrocketing to an estimated 329,000. Education, awareness and prevention using strong by safe solutions like First Saturday Lime are still of utmost importance for outdoor workers, travelers and families.
Fly and insect problems that cause diseases include:
- Lyme Disease
- Zika Virus
- Avian influenza
- Newcastle disease
First Saturday Lime is a form of precipitated calcium carbonate that the National Lime Organization endorses because it kills harmful bacteria. It’s also a proven non-toxic insect pesticide alternative that protects against:
- potato bugs
- spider mites
Key features of First Saturday Lime’s formula
- animal and pet safe
- monthly application
- safe for humans
- widely claimed as beneficial to pets with calcium deficiencies
- non-toxic to the environment
Steps to create a pest barrier
Where: Homes, garages, pest infested outdoor areas, and outbuildings
When: For best results, monthly application is recommended.
How: Sprinkle First Saturday Lime over the pest infiltrated area directly from the bag. Use around the base of the structure to fight insects and spider invasions. (See image below).
Once finished, the perimeter of your building should look like the photo below.
*: Our formula is thoroughly purified, tested, tried and true, straight from the earth stone quarries of the U.S.A. This means it’s domestic and contains a small amount of rust red soil.