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  • Florida’s Autumn Colors

    Summertime is ending and fall is about to begin! Go outside and enjoy the colors of fall in Florida!

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  • How to Prepare for Tent Fumigation

    Tent fumigation can be a scary thought, but we’re here to demystify fumigation and tell you that it really isn’t as scary as it may seem. In fact, it’s a safe and effective way to get rid of Drywood termites and other pests that nestle in your home.

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  • Is Itchiness Contagious?

    Just thinking about head lice and fleas can cause us to itch uncontrollably. Seeing someone scratching causes us to become itchy, too. Are we crazy? Here's what scientists have to say.

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  • Winter’s Gone and Spring Is On

    Are you beginning to feel Spring Fever? We have some tips to help you maintain your landscape this spring.

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  • How to Protect Yourself from Stinging Insects

    Help protect yourself from stinging insects by following these guidelines.

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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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  • Freeze Damage and Your Florida Lawn

    Probably the last thing on our minds is replacing our Florida lawn because of freeze damage. Here are some tips that may prevent, or at least reduce, winter damage to your Florida lawn.

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  • Black Flies - The Tiny Biting Menace!

    Small black flies bothering you? They are Black Flies. What can you do to avoid their bite?

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  • The Twolined Spittlebug

    With Florida’s mild temperatures and abundant rainfall, life is spawning everywhere, especially when it comes to plants and insects. For example, when conditions are favorable you may notice an invasion of small black insects in your lawn which are about 1/4 inch long with two red lines across their backs. These invaders are called Spittlebugs.

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  • The Stinging Truth about Bees

    How many times have you seen a crowd of people scatter for cover at the mere sight of a single buzzing bee? Perhaps you were even one of those people. What causes bees to sting and what can you do about it?

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