How to protect your lawn
- Protecting your yard is simple but safely protecting it is not.
- Yard Gard repellents protect both lawn and family
- Yard Gard is 100% natural ingredients and is very effective
- Digging animals cause extensive damage to unprotected lawns
- We diagnose problems at no charge – call toll free 1-855-665-3746
- Check out our Yard Gard Advantage Club in the “Blog” tab above
- Money back guaranteed that Yard Gard works to your satisfaction
Note: The above two photos are of the same golf course tee box at 2 weeks time period.
Why and How to diagnose your lawn problem.
- Fast control of the pesky animal is key to reducing damage.
- Determining which animal is in your lawn is key to reducing damage.
- Common pest animals are:
- armadillos, moles, gophers, groundhogs, chipmunks, skunks, squirrels, deer & rabbit.
- Using the correct product saves time and money and reduces damage.
- Avoid purchasing and applying the wrong product for your lawn problem.
- If you are in doubt about the type of animal:
- Obtain assistance in identifying the pesky critters.
- Yard Gard, diagnosis problems are at NO CHARGE.
- Call Yard Gard toll free at 1-855-665-3746
- Once you have determined the pesky problem animal.
- Use the correct product for controlling this animal.
- Yard Gard has a correct product for your specific pest animal.
If you are not sure which animal is the culprit, and you simply want to try a broad spectrum deterrent.
- Purchase Yard Gard’s Multi-Animal product.
- Yard Gard Multi-Animal contains a blend of numerous ingredients.
- Yard Gard Multi-Animal repels a variety of digging critters.
Check out our Yard Gard Advantage Club in the “Blog” tab above.
- Easy to join.
- No charge to join.
- Club Members save Time.
- Club Members save Money.
- We want our customers to see results, but improper application may hinder results.
- If you are unsure how to apply our product, check out our “How to” button on this site at the top of the page.
- We are also more than willing to help you over the phone at 1-855-665-3746 (Toll free).
- You may also contact us by e-mail at [email protected]
- Our product is a proven solution to your critter problem but —
- it must be applied properly.
Thank you for considering Yard Gard. We guarantee our product to work effectively for a minimum of sixty (60) days.
In speaking with many customers, we have found that adhering to the following “helpful hints” enhances our customer’s experience and satisfaction with Yard Gard.
To get the most effective use of Yard Gard and help us stand firmly behind our guarantee please note the following instructions and adhere to all product use requirements
Remove any thatch (dead grass) greater than two inches in thickness from the area you wish to treat.
- Apply using a hand or push spreader at the appropriate application setting.
- (See product package instructions.)
Measure your lawn for the area you wish to treat; measure it even if you think you know the correct square footage. This is a very common oversight of our valued customers.
- Spread Yard Gard product at the rate of no more than 1,000 square feet for a 4lb canister, 2000 sq.ft. for an 8lb canister and 5,000 sq. ft. for a 20lb bag. (This is for the initial application only.)
- After application, water the treated area for approximately 30 minutes, twice weekly for the first two weeks in all application areas/zones.
- (See “Blog” on this site titled, “Can I make Yard Gard Work Faster?”)
- It may take up to 3-4 weeks for significant results to occur. Remember each animal must be “operant conditioned”; that is to be stimulated to leave the treated area.
Maintenance and Repeat Application Instructions:
For subsequent or maintenance applications,
- the spread rate settings may be halved.
- if reapplying the product within 12 weeks of the initial application.
It is best to reapply Yard Gard as soon as
- you notice a significant increase in animal activity or
- in about 12 weeks, whichever comes first.
This will provide for the most cost effective use of the product and prevents re-infestation of the animal.