| Controlling Whiteflies
The Whitefly causes damage by feeding on your plants. This tiny, flying insect reproduces rapidly. Learn how to check for an infestation and more importantly, how to get rid of Whiteflies.
|Brown Mamorated Stink Bugs: The Truth Stinks
Controlling the brown Marmorated stink bug. These bugs gather by hundreds in order to seek shelter in the fall on exterior walls of homes, eventually working their way indoors. Get the answers to ways you are able to control this stinky pest.
|Checklist For Fall Garden Cleanup
Prep to keep your garden clean in the fall. This checklist highlights garden chores to tackle in fall, and rewards you with a shorter to-do list in spring, plus helps eliminate garden pests and diseases.
|Common Lawn Hazards To Watch
Discover seven common lawn hazards.Your lawn serves as a playground, picnic area, and much more but you may not realize that your lawn can harbor threats to your family’s health. Learn how to deal with these hazards.
|Controlling Asian Citrus Psyllids And Citrus Greening Disease
The tiny Asian Citrus Psyllid (ACP) threatens citrus worldwide, because it can carry incurable Citrus Greening Disease. Learn the telltale signs of this invasive pest and this disease, who to contact, and how to protect against it.
|Controlling Boxelder Bugs
Learn how to prevent and get rid of Boxelder Bugs. It is possible to bug proof your home in order to prevent a Boxelder Bug invasion. Additionally, getting rid of these pests can be simple too.
|Controlling Carpenter Bees
Being aware of Carpenter Bees. Carpenter bees can cause structural damage over time if left untreated so learn more about these bees before it is too late.
|Controlling Fleas And Ticks
Blood-sucking Fleas and Ticks pose potential harm to your family and pets, with the potential to spread parasites like Tapeworms and diseases like Lyme Disease. Help keep Fleas and Ticks out in your yard with these simple tips. Plus, see our product recommendations that kill these biting insects.
|Controlling Japanese Beetles
One of the most damaging garden pests, the Japanese Beetle feasts on more than 400 plants and lays eggs that turn into Grubs. Learn how to identify and get rid of Japanese Beetles.
|Controlling Lawn Grubs
Eliminate grubs in the fall before it gets cold. The best time to eliminate grubs is in the early fall before it starts to get cold. Take care of your grub problem with these methods to prevent damage in the spring.