Chinch Bugs

Tips for Summer Lawn Care

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Most Florida turf grasses can tolerate some tough conditions, but there’s no avoiding summer lawn problems now that we’re moving into the hottest months of the year. Drought and extreme temperatures, over- or under-watering, improper mowing and nutrient deficiencies each bring their own kinds of stresses on your lawn, making them vulnerable to a range…

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Save Your Orlando Lawn from Chinch Bugs

Chinch Bugs

Sooner or later, Orlando homeowners with St. Augustine lawns are likely to have to battle chinch bugs. Without chinch bug pest control measures, an infestation can cause a rapid decline in St. Augustine grass, destroying large patches in a short amount of time. If it’s caught in time, however, you can prevent chinch bugs from…

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Chinch bugs – Does your lawn have Chinch Bugs?

A lawn is something to be proud of. It is one of the first things that people will notice about your home, and it is a great place to spend your days with friends and family. Of course, when your lawn is turning brown and shriveling beneath your feet, it isn’t exactly something to be…

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How to Avoid Chinch Bug Lawn Damage

Chinch bugs attack only one type of lawn, and that’s St. Augustine grass, the most common turf used in our area.  In many parts of Florida, controlling chinch bugs is a year ‘round effort.  For Northern Florida, chinch bugs are most common March – November when warm, sunny conditions increases chinch bug activity. Since chinch…

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