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Proper Lawn Watering

Determine how long to run your irrigation zone by following these basic steps: 1.Place a rain gauge or a flat container (like a tuna can) in the zone you wish to test. Run the irrigation zone for ½ hour. Measure the amount of water that accumulated in the rain gauge or tuna can. Adjust zone […]

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Water for your Lawn

It is the time of year when the lawns are showing signs of drought and problems with irrigation systems. Please follow our recommendations in order to have a healthy lawn. Please water twice a week on your scheduled days and long enough to get 1’’ of water. Below are some specifics from University of Florida […]

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Pest Control and Problems With Millipedes

Issues With Millipedes Millipede infestations won’t be as problematic and frequent as other types of pest infestations. However, that doesn’t mean that people should just learn to live with millipedes. Many people are disturbed by the very sight of millipedes, and they will have a very hard time feeling comfortable in their own homes as […]

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How To Get Rid of Spring Roaches

Spring is right around the corner, and with the warmer days come another annoying pest: the roach. We normally associate roach season with the winter as roaches are eager to get out of the cold. However, spring and summer have their own roach infestation problems. As temperatures rise, many American cockroaches will stream into air-conditioned […]

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Its Termite Swarming Season. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Its subterranean termite swarming season, and we really want our customers to know what to look out for to prevent some serious damage to your property. With that in mind, we have put together this handy guide. What do Subterranean Termites Look Like? Subterranean Termites come in three varieties: Workers, Swarmers, and Soldiers. Since workers […]

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Lawn Treatment – The Grass Really is Greener on Your Side

With an environmentally friendly, effective treatment like Hydretain, you can prevent drought stress and conserve water resources while allowing your lawn to live its best life. Drought stress occurs when soil does not retain moisture well. Without enough water particles near the ground-sky interface, grass roots will shrivel because they need adequate moisture nearby to entice them […]

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The Power of the Swat?

The University of Washington has been investigating the biting habits of mosquitoes and researchers have uncovered some interesting information. First, they have confirmed that mosquitoes are more attracted to some people than others. This mosquito preference could be related to a person’s DNA, their own scent or the bacteria on their skin. Many people have […]

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