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The Evolution and Future Trends of Lawn Care in Florida

May 16, 2024

Lawn care has a deep-rooted history in the United States, evolving from simple turf maintenance to a multi-billion dollar industry that encompasses landscaping, gardening, and environmental stewardship. Understanding the trajectory of lawn care provides insights into current […]


Nurturing Vibrant Lawns in the Sunshine State: A Comprehensive Approach to Spring Fertilization, Weed Control, and Disease Management in Florida

January 25, 2024
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Florida’s lush landscapes and subtropical climate create an ideal canvas for cultivating vibrant and healthy lawns. Maintaining an aesthetically pleasing and resilient lawn in the Sunshine State involves strategic practices such as spring fertilization, weed control, and […]


Fall Lawn Care and Disease Management

November 9, 2023

As we welcome the autumn season, it brings forth unique challenges, both environmental and biological, that demand our attention. At Dave’s Pest Control, we are committed to sharing our expertise on maintaining the health and vitality of […]

Dead Palmetto Bug

Palmetto Bugs – Do You Have an Infestation?

October 20, 2021
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Palmetto bugs are common pests in Florida. They like warm and damp environments that are common throughout Florida, including Daytona Beach, Holly Hill, Ormond Beach and other parts of Flagler and Volusia Counties. They look like cockroaches […]

Lawn Treatment for Grey Leaf Spot Fungus

You Should be Treating Your Lawn for Grey Leaf Spot Fungus

August 21, 2021

Throughout each season in Florida, environmental factors play a huge role in retaining a lush, green lawn year-round. In the month we are in now, August, with humidity at its height and rainfall expected on a daily […]

How to treat dollar spot fungus

How to Identify & Treat Dollar Spot Fungus

August 24, 2018

With summer in full swing, there are many concerns with managing a healthy and vibrant St. Augustine lawn. Even though temperatures are soaring above the 90-degree mark in Florida, the wetness from rain showers is not drying […]

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