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How to Spot Dollar Spot Fungus

Dollar spot fungus is a common and notorious lawn disease that affects grass, especially in Florida. This fungal disease is caused by the pathogen Sclerotinia homoeocarpa. It is known for its distinct symptom of small, circular, straw-colored spots on the grass blades, which resemble silver dollars.Read more

Lawn Eating Florida Pests

Florida's warm and humid climate creates the perfect environment for a variety of lawn pests to thrive. Common lawn pests in Florida include chinch bugs, mole crickets, cutworms, and grubs, which can cause extensive damage to lawns if left untreated. Due to the favorable climate, these pests are attracted to the lush, green grass that is abundant in Florida, making it essential for homeowners to be proactive in identifying and treating these pests to maintain a healthy lawn.Read more

Sarasota Lawn Care Guide

The importance of maintaining a beautiful and healthy lawn in Sarasota cannot be understated. A well-maintained lawn not only enhances the overall beauty of residential and commercial properties but also adds significant value to the property. In the Sarasota climate, however, maintaining a healthy lawn can be challenging due to the high temperatures, humidity, and frequent rain showers. This creates the need for professional lawn care services to help maintain the lush green appearance that property owners desire.Read more

It's the Season of Love...Bugs!

Lovebugs, also known as Plecia nearctica, are a species of small black fly with a red thorax. They are often found in large swarms and are most commonly seen in the southeastern United States. Lovebugs are known for their unique mating habits, with male and female pairs flying together in a connected position for several days. Adult lovebugs have a relatively short lifespan, typically living for only a few days to a week. Their larvae develop in moist soil and feed on decaying vegetation, contributing to soil enrichment.Read more
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Signs of Termites in Your Home

If you suspect you have termites because you notice holes in your wood or you caught one of them in the act, a pest control company can help. Sometimes, these pests go beyond eating your woodwork and start to munch on your drywall and flooring. Therefore, early detection is a preventative measure that can protect your home.Read more