The recent blue-green algae bloom in South Florida has been on the minds of all summer beach-goers and outdoor adventurers. The cyanobacteria that causes the blue-green sludge on the surface of our bodies of water also produces potent toxins.
Congratulations, you’ve survived the summer! What does that even mean? Not that death comes any easier to residents of South Florida in the summertime, but let’s admit it…the heat is killer! It’s inescapable. What else?
Have you ever walked your yard and almost broken your neck because the turf you were stepping on caved? If so, you’ve most likely stepped on a mole runway. But before you start rolling out the hose to take care of this critter “Caddyshack style,” you may want
We’ve all heard of termites the pesky insects that cause $5 billion in property damage each year. But termites aren’t the only wood-destroying organisms that you have to watch out for. Powderpost Beetles will also tunnel into the wood of your home and furniture.
What does it take to cultivate the perfect lawn? It’s tricky, but not impossible. It takes the right amount of patience and knowledge, but, if you put in the time, you can achieve perfection.
Many Florida trees are susceptible to aphids, mites, whitefly and a variety of other harmful pests, which sometimes leave us with a difficult decision—spray the tree and kill every insect on it or leave the insects alone and let the tree get eaten.
The South Florida summer is here, and along with the intense heat and high humidity come chinch bugs. The summer months in South Florida are the peak growing months for grass, trees and shrubs