443-432- 3882

97 Skipjack Rd #2, Prince Frederick, Maryland 20678, United States  |  443-432- 3882 (Office)  |  443-432- 3878 (Fax)

All pet owners are aware of the dangers and nuisances that fleas and
ticks create. Many of these issues can be controlled with a lawn
application. Our application is pet and family friendly while greatly
reducing this potentially dangerous population.


**Special Events  - Have your guests remember the fun,

not the mosquitos at you Wedding, Picnic, BBQ,

Birthday partie, Graduations, Pool Partie, and more.

We are happy to donate 5% of all Flea and Tick

revenue to the SPCA!


ZIKA VIRUS    spreading to almost all the Americas


Aside from being itchy and annoying, the bite of an infected female mosquito ( Aedes Albopictus  or Aedes aegypti), which are found throughout the United States and are known for transmitting dengue fever, chikungunya, and the Zika virus. ZIKA fever was first discovered in Uganda in the 1940s and has since become endemic in parts of Africa.

“The CDC is reporting that in the United States there are 32,814 confirmed cases of Zika Virus, this includes 4,000 cases in the continental US.

There is no prevention or treatment for mosquito-borne viruses, so preventing mosquito bites is crucial. One important thing you can do is ensure you don’t have standing water outside your house, such as garbage can lids or birdbaths. . Anything sitting around for more than 5 to 7 days can be a breeding ground.



Service calls are FREE.

If you see a problem or have a question,

please call us at 443-432-3882


Mosquito control is a partnership between the homeowner and the service provider.

Mosquito, Flea & Tick 

Natural Green Systems

is proud to partner

with the SPCA of

Anne Arundel County!

​​​Natural Green Systems Joins National GreenCare for Troops Movement to Support Local Military Families 

Female mosquitoes lay several hundred eggs on the walls of water-filled containers. Eggs stick to containers like glue and remain attached until they are scrubbed off. When water covers the eggs, they hatch and become adults in about a week. 

They prefer to bite during the day.

A few infected mosquitoes can produce large outbreaks in a community and put your family at risk of becoming sick.  The virus' rapid spread is attributed to the fact that people in the Americas lack immunity because they haven't been exposed to it before.

Symptoms of the virus include fever, rash, joint pain and red eyes, and potential birth defects. It can last from a few days to about a week.  But 80% of infected people have no symptoms.

The good news is that viruses can be avoided by taking measures to prevent mosquito bites, which pass the virus in their salvia.


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​*Three component Treatment Technique:

Communication

​Penetration - Movement - Coverage


Treatment of Specific Target Areas

What we saw - What we did

- What you can expect


Source:  CNN;  World Health Organization