We have used permethrin treated socks, pants, hats and shirts (spray it yourself and purchased) for two years and have had no ticks at all. Also keeps chiggers off.
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> On Mar 28, 2021, at 2:59 PM, Ron Gamble <rongamble...> wrote:
> Ticks, lyme disease, etc. get more attention in the SE MI region now.
> April is a high risk month for engaging with an adult deer tick (due to 2 year life cycle), i.e. potentail lyme disease carrier. We’ve already had one adult female, found attached, but not engorged here…
> If you’re interested in ticks, their biology and ecology, I find the archived links at this site very informative:
> https://ag.umass.edu/landscape/education-events/ticktalk-with-tickreport-webinars >
> I formerly pooh-poohed the permethrin-stability on treated clothing (we treat our own), but after last year, I’m confident it helps reduce ticks adventuring onto me.
> Ron G.
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