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May 2015 - What you need to know!
May Pests - Sod Web Worms

If you are seeing small white or dingy brown moths fling out of your lawn, or your lawn has developed grayish brown damaged areas 2 or 3 foot in diameter.  


It is a good chance you may have Sod Web Worms.  Often, damage is first noticed along hedges or flower beds. 

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What is Toxic? What you need to know


Today's modern convinces include many natural and manmade products to give us a higher standard of living.  


When purchasing these products, there is a personal responsibility to pick and choose the product that combines proper safety and environmental protection for the usage needed. 


Most people are not aware of the level of toxicity a product has when using it.  


The general public also is not aware that the government has given us a standard code of toxicity on which each product is measured.  The level of toxicity must be put on the front of the label on any non food product produced. 

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Here's Some Pests To Learn About - Stay Safe
Knowledge For You About the House Fly 
Most everyone knows what the common house fly is has been annoyed by the occasional fly, especially if you are eating or at a restaurant!  

Here in Southwest Florida flies are active all year round, but the height of the house fly activity rises during May and June.

House flies feed by using sponging-type mouthparts. As the fly moves about from one food source to another, it eats its food by regurgitating liquid and dropping it on the food to liquefy it.
Woodpecker Protection - The Flasher
There are about 200 species of woodpeckers and many are threatened or endangered due to loss of habitat, with 5 common species here in Southwest Florida.  

The Red-Cockaded, the Red-Bellied, the Downy, The Common Yellow Flicker, the large Pileated, and Ivory Billed Woodpecker last seen in196, all of these birds can be seen here in Southwest Florida.

The bill's chisel-like tip is kept sharp by the pecking action, with long sticky tongues, which possess bristles, aid these birds in grabbing and extracting insects deep within a hole of a tree. 

To prevent brain damage from the rapid and repeated impacts, woodpeckers have evolved a number of adaptations to protect the brain.  
Vote for Us 
In the Naples Daily News Readers Choice Awards
Starting May 24th through June 7th, you can vote for your favorite businesses in the annual Naples Daily News southwest Florida choice awards. 

We would appreciate your vote to rank us #1 in SW Florida. 

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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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Occupational Discounts
Collier Pest Control, Southwest Florida's Pest Authority, wants to be supportive of our community and the people that make it work! Collier Pest Control thinks very highly of all people that offer their life to the betterment of our community with their life work. This is why we are a offer pest control OCCUPATIONAL DISCOUNTS to all public service people of our community. Read More - Click Here
Offer Expires 5/31/2015. Proof of service may be required before applying the discount. Excludes Rodent Proofing and Termite Services.
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