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Florida is known for its beautiful, tropical warm weather that attracts people from all over the country year-round. Unfortunately, humans aren’t the only ones who enjoy this nice weather.
Florida homeowners enjoy year-round great weather—but with that comes year-round weeds that ruin the look of your lawn and they can affect the health of your grass.
Though we enjoy Florida's mild climate, it also allows a lot of lawn pests to thrive—including the mole cricket. Learn how to identify the pest and how to get rid of mole crickets.
Army worms are known to plague lawns throughout Florida. These ravenous pests feed at night and are able to destroy entire landscapes within days. Learn more about army worms and what you can do to protect your lawn from these insects.
If you're a Florida resident, there's a good chance you've seen Australian roaches before. These pests are notorious for invading homes and businesses and can be difficult to get rid of.
If you're a Florida resident, then you've probably come across rover ants at some point. These pests can be a real nuisance, invading your home and causing damage.
It’s that time of year again! As the weather warms up, it’s time to keep an eye out for swarms of termites. With the billions of dollars in damage that these destructive pests cause in the U.S.
You’re in the midst of a turf war, and the enemies are invading from every angle— creeping in from neighboring territories and dropping in from the skies. They may only hold the low ground, but that’s their field of expertise.
Here in Florida, it seems we’re never at a shortage of new pests being introduced into our ecosystem. Most recently, we’ve noticed a new species in our midst, this time joining us from South America: The olive shootworm (Palpita persimilis). It was discovered that this pest had m
Brown spots in the lawn are one of the most common turf problems homeowners must deal with.