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  • The Beneficials - Part One

    What are The Beneficials? Read this article to find out.

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  • Blister Beetles Can Be a Pain in the Neck!

    Blister Beetles tend to be harmless, for the most part, but take it from this author that they can sometimes be a real pain in the neck! Read more about Blister Beetles and my one-on-one encounter with them here.

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  • Snake Bites

    Let’s face it, when most people see a snake, they either run or figure out a way to kill it. But be careful, even a dead snake can still cause you harm!

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  • Do Mosquitoes Really Ever Go Away?

    Even though you may not see them as often as in the summer, mosquitoes are always there. Try not to let your guard down and keep an eye out for them all year long, especially here in Florida where winter is warm.

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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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  • 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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