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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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  • Meet Florida’s Beautiful Nursery Web Spider

    In celebration of Valentine's Day, learn about a spider that gives his mate a gift... But it's not to show her how much he cares!

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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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  • The Elusive Glowworm

    I bet you've heard of Glowworms, but have you ever seen one? Learn more about these elusive insects here.

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  • Recluse Spiders in Florida

    The popular belief is there’s an abundance of Brown Recluse spiders living freely in Florida. This is not true. Here’s some information about recluse spiders that are sometimes found in Florida.

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  • There's a Fungus Among Us

    You may be noticing ugly brown patches in your lawn. What could be causing them and what can you do about it?

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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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  • No Love for Lovebugs, Origins of These Florida Pests

    Lovebugs appear 2 or 3 times a year in Florida, causing serious car paint and radiator damage. Some say they were created at University of Florida!

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  • The Beneficials…Part Three

    You learned how beneficial some Hemipterans (True Bugs) are in Part One and the good many Hymenopterans (Ants, Bees & Wasps) do to control certain insects in Part Two. Now, let me introduce you to the beneficial Dipterans (Flies).

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  • Pest Profile: Chinch Bugs

    Chinch bugs are tiny insects known to destroy St. Augustine lawns in Florida. Learn about their biology and how to identify them.

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