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The Most Common Lawn Diseases In Florida

Floridas climate can be great, although its great amount of rainfall makes our lawns look unattractive, while also making our lawns prone to disease and fungus. The most common lawn diseases in Central Florida are: Dollar spot lawn disease, Brow patch fungus, Lawn rust disease, and Red thread fungus. Differing lawn fungus to another can …

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10 Creepy And Cool Facts About Spiders You Never Knew!

While spiders are kind of interesting with their abilities to spin webs, create their own homes, and their superior vision, they’re definitely creepy and worth fearing! Certainly some of the most terrifying spiders in the world are Zebra Spiders, Wolf Spiders, Brazilian Wandering Spiders, and Sydney Funnel Spiders. Although most of these are located out …

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How Do I Know If I Have Formosan Termites?

Finding out your home is invested with termites is surely every homeowners worst nightmare! Termites are very invasive and dangerous pests, the damage they make to wooden structure is much worse than floods and fires. Formosan Termites are very different from other species, which means you’ll definitely need a local pest control professional for proper …

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Paper Mites: Are They Real Bugs or Not?

Are paper mites real bugs? There is no such creature as a “paper mite”! There are definitely many different types of mites. Primarily, the term renamed the itchy skin condition. In most cases people are not imagining the bites. However, it is common to feel like bugs are biting you when itching. Additional Causes of …

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How to Keep Your Lawn Healthy in Colder Weather

As the “cold” (yes, I put quotations around the word “cold”) months approach us in Central Florida, you may notice a change in the appearance of your lawn. Shorter days and cooler temperatures result in slower growth rates and discoloration. Many believe that your lawn does not require as much care in the winter as …

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