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Infestations of Subterranean termites may be recognized by the swarming of thousands of black reproductive termites. Many of these swarms occur in the early morning hours, or after a rain the night ... See more

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As we monitor the quickly changing information on coronavirus (COVID-19), please know that the well-being of our customers and employees is our foremost concern and we are fully committed to ensuring ... See more

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ABC’s Green Landscape services includes an insecticide for “SURFACE-feeding” pests such as Mole Crickets, Chinch bugs, Army, Sod Webworms, and the control of Fire Ants. Foliar fungicides (as ... See more

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Get your Garden Ready! Here Comes the Sun! Article by Violette Govan

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Sometimes we receive help from Mother Nature when it comes to pest control. Check out these Antlions.

Antlions feed primarily on (surprise) ants, but can also trap and subdue many other small ... See more

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They're back! Small lubber grasshoppers appear to bubble up from the soil forming a black mass that moves in groups aand consumes plants along the way. Don't procrastinate. Now is the time to target ... See more

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Bees cannot see red, but they can see blue and green, as well as ultraviolet light. ... For example, many flowers have "ultraviolet nectar guides" on them that are invisible to humans but tell bees ... See more

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Join Kathleen Govan, Megan "The Bug Girl" and Mike Janusz Live Sunday on WFLA 8 am-9 am!

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Our Bees have found some of the Citrus on our property already and have started to sample the pollen on some of the buds! Fruit will follow!

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Our Bees Have Landed!

Our 🐝 Bees have arrived!

Notice the blue stuffing material to help contain the Bees in the hive for a few days this will help to orientate the bees to their new location!

Bees can forage up to ... See more

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