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  • What's Eating Your Gas Can?

    There is a mysterious cause of holes forming in gas cans, and it's probably not what you would think.

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  • The Tiny Red Spring Invader

    Imagine walking outside and witnessing thousands of tiny, red, fasting moving dots on your sidewalk, driveway and even the exterior walls of your house. What could they be?!

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  • Ouch! Something’s Biting Me!

    Ever have the feeling something is crawling on your skin or even biting you, but you can’t see it?! Sometimes this sensation may be due to a living creature, but not in all situations. In this article, we will discuss some causes of that “creeping” feeling we all may have from time to time.

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  • Winter Cold and Frost Damage

    Cold weather is still upon us. Has your lawn turned brown? Have all the leaves fallen from your shrubs or trees? Is something wrong or is it normal? Find out by reading this article.

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  • Core Aeration

    Spring isn't quite here yet, but that doesn't mean you can't start planning for it! We offer core aeration services during the turf's growing season. Learn more about this service and how it can benefit your lawn.

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  • Scentless Plant Bug, Cotton Stainer – The Jadera Bug

    If you have Golden Raintrees nearby, you may see hundreds of small bugs crawling about. Find out what they are and what you should do about them.

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  • Avoid Springtime Insect Problems

    Florida Pest Control is the best in the business at controlling household bugs and yard pests, but there are still a handful of things you can do to aid in preventing bugs from moving in with you this spring. Here are a few simple tips.

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  • Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle Invasion

    The Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle was introduced from Asia and is now found throughout the United States from coast to coast. This ladybug can sometimes be a nuisance in homes during the springtime when the weather warms...

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  • Florida Deep Digger Scarab Beetle

    Some of you may have noticed small mounds of sand ranging 5” to 7” wide and 2” to 3” high on some lawns, fields and pastures. No, they’re not baby Pocket Gophers! They’re Florida Deep Digger Scarab Beetles! Learn more about these interesting insects here.

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  • The Insects of Christmas

    A fresh cut Christmas tree is part of many families' Christmas traditions. Did you know insects have played a part in Christmas traditions of the past, as well?

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