Treatment for Cycad Aulacaspis Scale
Treatment for Cycad Aulacaspis Scale in Jacksonville, FL is challenging but it can be successful if caught early. This scale is present year-round but the population of the scale increases during warmer months. This scale is also known as cycad scale, Asian scale and sago scale. It is commonly found on both king and queen […]
It’s Spring In Florida So It’s Time For…Sod Webworms!
The sod webworm is actually a large group of insects with over 20 species that infest turfgrass in Florida. Our most prolific species in Florida is the Tropical Sod Webworm. While this webworm prefers St. Augustine grass, it will also feed on centipede, Bahia, Bermuda, and zoysia grasses.
Rodent Control With ActiveSense®
360PestControl is an authorized user of the patented ActiveSense® rodent monitoring system by Corteva Agriscience. Simply, there is no better rodent management tool available.
Why most homeowners cannot eradicate ants in their lawn:
Termite Swarm Season
Do you know what February in Florida means? It’s the start of termite swarmer season! Termite swarm season is upon us and every year we get panic calls from worried owners. We also hear horror stories of homeowners being ripped off by unscrupulous termite salespeople.
How Does A Consumer Know They Are Hiring The Best Pest Control Company?
Hint: You won’t find them listed in a Google search for “best pest control company near me”.
If you are charged a fee for a wood destroying organism (WDO) inspection in Florida, the inspector must issue the required Form 13645. Wood destroying organism inspections are regulated under the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and inspectors must be licensed. See Chapter 482, FS 482.226.
Formosan Subterranean Termites
Formosan subterranean termites are a very real threat to your home or office. The threat is so significant, most people fail to realize Formosan termites are often excluded in the termite contract they have, or they are assuming with a new home purchase.
Rattus rattus, a/k/a, citrus rat, fruit rat, black rat, gray rat or roof rat, is the most common rat found in Florida. Many people who move to Florida from up north are more familiar with the Norway rat, but they are rarely found in Florida.
What is a Wood Destroying Organism inspection?
Our Florida homes are subject to attack from wood destroying organisms such as wood decaying fungi (white or brown rot), subterranean, Formosan and drywood termites, powderpost beetles, and old house borers. Before purchasing a home, the buyer should always have the structure inspected for the presence of wood destroying organisms. Note: Carpenter bees and ants […]