Ticks are incredibly deceitful bloodsuckers. They attack people and animals from hiding. Larvae and nymphs are waiting for the host at an altitude of no more than 15-100 cm from the ground. Adult specimens reside on bushes up to 1.5 m high. They occur not only in forests and parks, but also often in gardens or on urban lawns. The ticks exhibit the highest activity from mid-March to the end of November. They can be very dangerous because they carry dangerous for humans viruses and bacteria that cause Lyme disease, babesiosis or tick-borne encephalitis. With ticks you can and should fight eliminating them from our surroundings. We have a large selection of preparations (insecticides) that can be used for self-spraying and adjuvants (measures to support the insecticide and reduce the surface tension of water). For professional teams, we recommend fogging agents for heat and cold as well as equipment for performing these procedures.