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Sod Webworms Might Be Causing Brown Spots in Your Lawn

What Are Sod Webworms?

If you have ever noticed a yellowish-brown patch of grass in your lawn or chewed looking grass blades, you may have heard of lawn pests called sod webworms. Sod webworms are whitish moth larvae that can typically be found in your lawn.   They are introduced to your lawn in the early evening hours when the  adult female moths fly just above the lawn.  As they land on tips of the grass, …

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Think You Might Have Bats – Nvirotect can help get rid of bats in your attic

Facts About Bats

So you want to get rid of bats in your attic? First lets learn a little about the bats in our area. Brazilian Free-Tailed bats, Eastern Pipistrelle bats, and Big Brown bats, just to name a few, are some of the most copious species of mammals in Tampa and throughout Florida.  Most species weigh less than a pound and can fit in tiny spaces.  They roost in large numbers in the dark …

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What are Subterranean Termites?

How to Identify Subterranean Termites?

Subterranean termites are small, brown, six legged insects. They consume the wood in your home, as a result they cause damage.  These termites have a long, narrow body, straight antennas, wings of equal size and a thick waist that is not segmented like an ant.  They are found throughout the United States.  These insects are mostly known for their eating habits of feeding on your house’s wood structure causing costly …

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How to Get Rid of Silverfish

WHAT ARE SILVERFISH AND LEARN HOW TO GET RID OF SILVERFISH?

                Many harmful insects can be inside your home, workplace, school, and more; however, silverfish are very different. Silverfish are small, wingless insects, that are not dangerous to humans, but can do a lot of damage to property. They can destroy items such as, wallpaper, cotton, linen, silk, leatherware, books, clothing, and just about any item that contains polysaccharides. Polysaccharides and derivatives of glue/paste are …

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