What are Fall Armyworms?

What are Fall Armyworms?

Fall armyworms can cause significant damage to leaf tissue in turf grass. They feed on Bermuda grass, rye grass, fescue, and bluegrass, but can also damage agricultural crops. The name armyworm originates from agriculture, where infestations sometimes resemble an army...
Oklahoma Mosquitoes

Oklahoma Mosquitoes

Did you know there are sixty types of Mosquitoes in Oklahoma?   The most common mosquitos that Oklahomans will encounter are the yellow fever mosquito, the Asian tiger mosquito, the Eastern saltmarsh mosquito, the inland floodwater mosquito, the common malaria...
Earwig….AKA The Pincher Bug

Earwig….AKA The Pincher Bug

Facts You Need to Know About the Pincher Bug Why are they called Earwigs? Earwigs name itself comes from an old folk’s tale that suggests these bugs would crawl into the ears of people and lay eggs inside the brain. This however isn’t true, they do however have...
What is a Mole Cricket?

What is a Mole Cricket?

  Mole Crickets, as the name implies, are insects that resemble moles. They tunnel through the soil near the surface and feed on the roots and stems of grass plants. Although they live underground an you may seldom see one, adult mole crickets are 1-2 inches long...
Preventing Wasp Nests

Preventing Wasp Nests

Removing a wasp nest isn’t a guarantee to keeping them off your property.   These insects will always rebuild or replace damaged nests.  There are several ways to prevent or keep wasps from building nests. How to Keep Wasp From Building Nests   Planting...
Termite Warning Signs

Termite Warning Signs

What You’ll See if you Have Termites Mud Tubes Discarded Wings Termite Droppings: they look like pellets of wood, the size of coffee. Damaged Wood Bubbling Paint: could be water damage, but a professional could help you. Types of Termites SUBTERRANEAN...