Your Florida lawn is under constant stress, trying to survive in an often hostile environment facing heat, humidity, weeds, salt intrusion, poor water retention, invading insects, fungus and other pathogens just to name a few. Our constant tropical climate makes caring for your Florida lawn a year-round task. Constant maintenance is required to ensure proper nutritional balance and to control weeds and insect intrusion.
Florida's climate causes bug season to persist for much of the year. It is important to only apply pesticide applications when insects are present in high numbers and to reduce use when they are not. Although preventive measures should be taken for some types of insects, broad application of pesticides when insects aren't present can also be damaging. Florida soils have unique nutritional requirements to their northern counterparts. Common store bought fertilizers deliver too much phosphorous, most Florida soils already get plenty.
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