Spotlight On The Southern Chinch Bug
The southern chinch bug (Blissus insularis Barbar) is an insect pest of St. Augustine and Zoysia grasses throughout the state of Florida. This insect causes millions of dollars in damage to turfgrasses each year with infestations peaking in July.
Don’t Let Bees and Wasps Take Over Your Home and Yard!
Summertime is here and with summer, we will see an increase in our interactions with stinging pests like wasps, hornets, yellowjackets, and bees.
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.
Why most homeowners cannot eradicate ants in their lawn: