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Lawn care and pest control naturally go hand-in-hand. Many people consider weeds to be a pest, and so do we. You also can't have a healthy lawn without taking care of the lawn pests that so often destroy your green grass and shrubs. That's why at Tony's Pest Control, our lawn care services combine pest control and traditional lawn care services like weed control and lawn fertilization.
One great thing about living in Florida is how our climate allows us to grow so many different types of grasses, trees, and shrubs. The great weather can also bring unwanted stressors to your lawn, like weeds, which can choke out your grass, and fertilization issues from frequent rains. Palms, citrus trees, tropical fruit trees, and countless other species can thrive in our warm environment—however, these trees are all particularly vulnerable to pest infestation. If you’re seeing issues such as leaf drop, dying trees, sooty substances on leaves, or any other abnormalities, pests are likely to blame. You can count on our lawn care services in Florida to keep your grass, trees, and shrubs healthy and protected.
You have probably spent hours of your life perfecting your garden. Don’t let unwanted pests destroy all of your hard work – call Tony’s Pest Control today to protect your garden. Just like people, plants need strength to fight off infections. Our certified technicians know exactly how to treat your plants and trees to make sure that they are not harmed by pests or diseases.
Our lawn technicians provide the following:
There are a lot of common misconceptions about lawn care in Florida. For instance, did you know that it’s more dangerous to over-water your lawn than underwater it? In fact, over-watering can be a primary cause of weed growth and lawn disease. While it’s best to consult with a professional lawn care technician in Florida to determine a proper watering schedule for your lawn, here are some easy tips put together by our team to help you figure out how to best keep your lawn hydrated. While you're at it, visit our blog to learn more about the watering schedule in Florida.
One of the few bad parts of living in the sunshine state is the pests. Thanks to our warm and humid climate, Florida is the perfect environment for all sorts of pests—in fact, we hold the distinction of having the most different types of insects of any U.S. state! While this might be a fun fact for an entomologist, it’s less fun for your lawn! Lucky for you, your neighbors at Tony’s Pest Control have the solutions you need to all lawn pest problems. Our comprehensive lawn care package protects your yard from the following:
Our lawn technicians can also handle any of the following excluded from our lawn care package:
You’ve put hours of hard work into maintaining a gorgeous lawn—so why let lawn pests take it away from you? Let Tony's Pest Control do the work for you! Our lawn technicians provide quality, eco-friendly lawn care in Florida that protects your lawn from weeds and pests while providing it with rich, effective fertilizers. Our lawn care technicians are lawn pest control exterminators will provide you with:
Because Florida is home to so many different types of insects, it can be easy to become overwhelmed by trying to identify what is plaguing your lawn. However, most common lawn pests in Florida leave distinct calling cards you can recognize. It’s always best to get a professional pest exterminator's opinion on correcting lawn problems, but keep an eye out for these symptoms:
Different pests have different behaviors, so it's important to know what to look for in each of them. Here, we've compiled a list of signs different lawn pests give:
Regular preventive applications of insecticides are necessary to control lawn pest infestations. Chinch Bugs, Grub Worms, and Sod Webworms are the most destructive to all varieties of St Augustine grasses (Floratam, Pursley, Seville, etc.) where Mole Crickets are most destructive to all varieties a Bahia grasses (Argentine, Pensacola, etc.)
Our team at Tony’s Pest Control is proud to provide quality lawn care in all of the following areas: