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How to repel ticks in your backyard — 5 methods to stop these pesky pests invading your space

Finding out how to repel ticks in your backyard will help you relax in your outdoor space without worrying about being bitten.

I've spoken with landscaping pros who both have experience warding off ticks in their clients' yards. Creating a protective barrier and trimming your lawn are just a couple of their easy tricks for waving goodbye to these pesky pests.

Once you've found out how to identify bugs and have figured out that ticks are taking over your yard, it's time to repel them properly.

Continue learning more about repelling ticks in your backyard, written by Eve Smallman.

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June 29, 2024

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Eve Smallman

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Hi! I’m Eve Smallman and I’m a content editor at Real Homes. I live in a rented Victorian terraced home near the city with my partner and enjoy making it shine with decorations that are beautiful and practical.

In my home, I love bringing the outside in with soft colors such as dusky pinks and sage greens, wooden and rattan textures, and floral prints and decorations.

Living in a small space myself, I know how hard it can be to style it in a way that matches the aesthetic you want to go for. That's why I’m here to bring you on-trend news pieces, product round-ups, and design inspiration.

When I'm not writing about interiors, you can find me running in my local country park, diving into a cheeseboard, and shopping for new cozy home buys to make our rental feel like ours.

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