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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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Watering Restrictions Update

We have gone from drought to flood back to drought then tropical storm. That’s Florida for you. Please be sure to set your timer back to 2 times per week. We recommend that your rain sensor should be inspected and working properly. If not please have it replaced . Our rainfall has not been consistent […]

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How Scientists are Helping Mosquitoes Terminate Each Other

Mosquitos in the News The Scientist During the week of April 18, 2017, in an effort to suppress mosquito populations, a Kentucky company, Mosquito Mate, released 20,000 Wolbachia-infected male mosquitoes in the Florida Keys. When Wolbachia-infected males mate with female mosquitoes the bacteria sterilize the female’s eggs reducing mosquito populations across the state. Mosquito Mate […]

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The Aedes Mosquito and the Zika Virus

In the ongoing battle against the Zika Virus, the World Health Organization has admitted in Canada’s Globe and Mail newspaper, it still is not sure exactly the species of mosquito that is spreading the virus.  This news came as a shock in the country with the latest outbreak: Brazil. The Aedes mosquito was first targeted as […]

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Consolidated Customer Deanna Easterling’s Lawn Featured in The Tampa Bay Times!

At Consolidated Pest Control, we take great pride in providing the best service in the industry to our customers. So you can imagine our delight when one of our clients, Deanna Easterling of Valrico, was featured in the Tampa Bay Times discussing her exceptional lawn and the care that goes into maintaining it. Please take […]

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