ECO Friendly Pest Control Miami
Since 2009 we have been providing the finest in ECO Friendly Pest Control throughout Miami Dade Florida.
We have university trained Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practitioners equipped with latest techniques, equipment and environmentally friendly products to accurately diagnose and treat your pest problems giving you an environmentally friendly pest control without the harmful side affects of chemical sprays and minimally invasive procedures along with natural, organic and botanical pest control products that reduce or eliminate the need for chemical insecticide spray that can contaminate your home.
Weather it is your home, business, lawn, palms, trees or shrubs we can serve you. Our upfront pricing policy allows you to stay in control of your money.
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The gumbo limbo spiraling whitefly is a recent insect menace affecting a wide variety of trees in South Florida. This video demonstrates two types of management methods for combating the spiraling whitefly once it has infested a tree.
2 Steps To Control Chinch Bugs Florida
2 Steps To Control Chinch Bugs Florida first is to correctly identify you have chinch bugs and second is to select the right insecticide to control it.
If you have a St Augustine lawn in Florida you will get chinch bug it’s not a mater of if but how often.
The southern chinch bug, Blissus insularis its scientific name is a common insect pest of St. Augustinegrass.
This tiny pest is responsible for millions of dollars in lawn damage per year, as homeowners and commercial property managers seek to control chinch bug outbreaks by applying insecticides or replacing damaged grass.
How to get rid of sewer flies
If you have flies in your sewer or drain pipes you most probably have Moth Flies, or Psychoda spp. Its scientific name. Moth flies are also called drain flies, some people call them drain gnats, because they are small little flies coming out of your drains in the floor or the bathtubs.
Because moth flies tend to live and bread in drains and may affect the health of human when present in large numbers also because the bodies of dead flies may disintegrate to form potential allergens. Moth flies are also nuisance pests because they land on people or fall into food. In sites where large numbers are present it can be very difficult to talk without swallowing them! Moth flies do not bite people or pets and do not cause damage to structures or plants.