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June 2015 - What you need to know!
June Pests - Lichen on Trees? What to do?

Lichens are flaky moss-like organisms that grow on the bark and branches of our landscape trees or shrubs. They do not attack and kill. They are a very natural part of landscapes and wooded areas on every continent of the world. 

 

Lichen may look like moss, but it is actually an algae and a fungus living together mutualistically, an association which is advantageous to both organisms. The bulk of a lichen is comprised of fungal hyphae called rhizoids... 

 

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Party Planners for Southwest Florida - Pest Control

Many times the person planning an outdoor event goes to great detail on all the aspects, but forgets about the possibility of having insects spoiling the guests pleasure with bites, stings, or just being a nuisance pest on the food or on the guests.


 

We can provide a pest free outdoor environment for any party you may be planning.  First, we go to the location 4 days prior to the event and place an electronic insect trap away from the area where guests will gather will gather.  

Then 2 days before the event we go out and broadcast the entire party area with an insect controlling material on the turf, hedges, plants, and sides of any structures.  

 

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Here's Some Really Cool Pests To Learn About
Snakes - What you need to know

Many people have an uncontrollable fear of snakes. Whatever the reason for disfavor, all snakes are beneficial to the balance of life and the animal kingdom. 


 

They eat insects, rats, mice, worms, toads, frogs, fish and some, like the Indigos and Kingsnakes, eat other snakes including venomous ones. They all help keep the ecosystem they live in at a good balance.


 

Florida snakes are not aggressive and, unless they are cornered, most will flee when humans approach. If you find a snake and you do not know whether or not it is venomous, here's word of caution.... 
White Footed Ants - What Now?
The White Foot ants are originally native to tropical Asia.  They were inadvertently introduced into the United States in 1986 around the Homestead Florida area.  

They were brought into this country through landscaping foliage and have expanded into several counties throughout the state. 
Meet Our Technicians - Jeremiah Pressley
While I have a brown belt in Judo and Kung-Fu, I've found those skills aren't as useful for wiping out pests as the training I've received from the staff at Collier Pest Control.

I enjoy the daily challenge of solving the different problems I encounter from job to job. My fascination with flying insects may be explained by my hobby of building model airplanes. My other hobbies include painting and writing. I also enjoy cooking.

 

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Collier Pest Control was awarded the Super Service Award again for 2014
Ann Kamenicky Testimonial for Collier Pest Control

Collier Pest Control, Southwest Florida's Pest Authority, wishes to thank all of the Angie List Members for giving Collier Pest Control positive reviews and reports on their network!  


 

After Angie's List received all of your positive reviews over each of the past years, Angie's List awarded Collier Pest Control with their Super Service Award for 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.  This means we received A rated reports....

 


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