Spider Control

Spiders (Arthropods) Spiders have eight legs and fangs that inject venom into their prey or they can also use their fangs to bite predators. Most

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Centipede Control

House Centipede(Scutigera Coleoptrata) The house centipede is typically a yellowish-grey centipede with up to 15 pairs of legs. Centipedes like to hide in dark corners,

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Earwig Control

Earwigs (Dermaptera) Most earwigs are nocturnal and inhabit small cracks and crevices, living in rubbish, piles of debris, or fallen logs. Earwigs that are blind

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Boxelder Bug Control

Boxelder Bugs (Seed Bugs and True Bugs) Boxelder bugs almost entirely feed on the developing seeds of boxelder, maple, and ash trees. Boxelder bugs will

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Silverfish Control

Silverfish (Lepsima Saccharina) A silverfish is a small grey wingless insect, it gets its name because its movements resemble a swimming fish. It takes four

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Pill Bug Control

Pill Bugs (aka Sow Bugs & Roly Polies) The diet of pill bugs is largely made up of decaying or decomposed plant matter such as

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Lawn Weed Control

Common Lawn Weeds and Examples The Spring Touch lawn care program includes several weed control applications to get rid of: dandelions, creeping charlie, crabgrass, white

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Dandelion Control

Dandelion (Taraxacum) Dandelions have a bright yellow flower, a group of small flowers tightly grouped together. The bright yellow flower is called a floret, followed

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White Clover Control

White Clover (Trifolium Repens) Several species of clover are well-established in North America. The most common type is white clover, also known as dutch clover.

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Creeping Charlie Control

Creeping Charlie (Glechoma Hederacea) Creeping charlie, aka ground ivy, is a common lawn weed known for its green vines, flat mat-like growing style, fan-shaped leaves,

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