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PROVIDED THE METHOD IS EFFECTIVE –THEN THE ALL NATURAL METHOD IS THE ONLY CHOICE TO CONTROL MOSQUITOES. AND OHDEER IS THE LEADER IN ALL NATURAL MOSQUITO …. AND DEER AND TICK … CONTROL

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ohDEER is the leader in all natural deer, mosquito, and tick control.

We were founded in 2007.

We do right and well by our clients – which has translated to our company growing and expanding – both its corporate business and its franchise operations.

Our corporate office is located in Wayland, MA.  Out of this office we service the Boston Metropolitan West region and Boston itself.

We have five franchises, with one franchise covering each of the following areas:  Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, Southeastern Massachusetts, and Central New Jersey.

Our all natural and proprietary deer, mosquito, and tick control solutions and applications are effective – and safe.

We maintain, and we consider the argument irrefutable, that if you can keep deer and bugs away through natural means – rather than synthetic chemicals – then natural is the way to go.

Effective and natural beats effective and synthetic.

Let’s just look at controlling mosquitoes.

Now, for sure, we understand that poisons – consider that shelf in the store of commercial insecticides – can be used relatively safely to ward off and kill mosquitoes.

But why use them if you don’t have to?

1946 ad for insecticide that contained DDT (image credit:  Bison Laboratories and Sally Edelstein)

1946 ad for insecticide that contained DDT (image credit: Bison Laboratories and Sally Edelstein)

Even if, in some parts of the world, an insecticide, that contains poison, is the smart, in measured form, route to take for mosquito control.

Take the insecticide DDT, for example.  DDT is a potent mosquito killer.  It also, as it had been used through most of the 20th Century, wreaked havoc on wildlife, and is  linked to many human health problems.

At the start of the new millennium, DDT bans were in place across much of the globe.

But malaria, transmitted by mosquitoes, was a growing and deadly epidemic.

In 2005, more than 800,000 people died from malaria, most of whom were children in sub-Saharan Africa.

To combat malaria, in 2006, the World Health Organization, and the President’s Malaria Initiative, a program that Pres. Bush launched, endorsed the cautious and limited use of DDT as part of broader effort that also included increasing access to mosquito nets, improving access to medicine, improving sanitation … and other strategies and tactics.

Over the past several years, malaria mortality rates have decreased markedly.

WHO reports that 400,000 died worldwide from malaria last year – a mind-numbing statistic. Yet that number was about half of what it was a decade earlier.

DDT has contributed greatly in the reduction of people contracting and dying from malaria.

Still, though, despite the efficacy of the insecticide, there are many negative risks involved with the use of DDT.

Fortunately, in the places where ohDEER does business, there is no need to weigh the benefits and risks of toxic chemicals in mosquito control.

All natural is the way to go – and it does the job.

And the leading provider of the best all natural methods of controlling mosquitoes – and deer and ticks, for that matter – is ohDEER.