Author: FordsHometown

Carpenter ants can go without food for six (6) months, but will eat each other to survive. Many nests are found in trees outdoors. They will normally attack a dead limb first but can eventually weaken the tree and large limbs. Carpenter ants are nocturnal but workers...

What are Grubs? There are  over 150 species of beetles in the United States that have an immature or  larval stage called a grub, white grub, or grubworm. White grubs as a group  include the immature stages of the Japanese beetle; green June beetle; southern ...

What is Wrong with Spring Seeding? Spring seeding disadvantages Increased crabgrass Ground is cold Slower germination (8 weeks to maturity) Entering heat stress of summer Increased watering for a longer period of time (cost & labor) Increased broad-leaf weeds Less effective crabgrass pre-emergent control Broad-leaf weeds...

PEST OF THE MONTH Eastern Subterranean Termites As their name indicates the type of termites we deal with in New England are Subterranean and are typically moving around in the soil. Termites are an important part of recycling in the environment but are a structural destructive force...