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Organic Tick Spray Service

NoVa Deer Shield offers a monthly organic tick spray service for your yard to help protect you and your family from ticks that carry diseases like Lyme and Ehrlichiosis.


These applications consist of oils, predominately cedar wood oil, that are applied with a backpack blower. This technique allows it to dry quickly. Children and pets can safety return to the yard in a matter of minutes, not days. The oils have a slight cedar odor which is pleasant but does not last very long. Oils can only be applied when temperatures are below 85 degrees.


Our organic tick spray is 100% organic and is non-toxic to children, pets and wildlife. Tick-borne diseases on the rise and we want to help protect your family!


Our proprietary cedarwood oil solution interferes with the tick’s ability to detect food and to reproduce. It creates a hostile environment that drives ticks away. It interrupts the egg-laying cycle to eliminate new generations. Consistent application creates a barrier to re-entry and enhances results.

Our organic tick spray is 100% organic and is non-toxic to children, pets and wildlife
Tick Protection Tips
  • Ticks like shady areas and tall grass. Stay toward the middle of walking paths.
  • Clean up piles of dead leaves and lawn waste, where ticks like to hide.
  • Spray shoes and pants with tick repellent.
  • Dry clothes on high heat for 10 minutes, then wash. Ticks can survive the washing machine.
  • Ticks can spread to other clothes if clothes are left in a hamper.

We also offer advice on the best ways to prevent ticks in your yard in our blog..

While no one can guarantee 100% protection from ticks, our tick treatment can help you provide more effective protection for your family and pets, compared to an untreated yard.


Loudoun County Health and Human Services offers more information about tick-borne diseases and prevention resources in Loudoun County.