Fire ants (or Red Imported Fire ants (RIFA), as they're commonly known in the United States) are not known to bother people much, and they are not considered invasive. They pretty much keep to themselves in colonies outdoors, including on …

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Cornfield ants are a common ant species that are known to build their homes in grassy fields. Cornfield ants can also make themselves cozy in your New Caney lawn. These ants are similar to a species known as Field ants, …

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Are you finding more spiders than normal in and around you home?  This really could be a pest problem, no really. Because most spiders are consuming other insects the solutions is sometime easier than you think.  Getting a handle on …

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What are ornamental pests? Ornamental pests are those that feed on ornamental plants (those that are grown for aesthetic reasons). Insects and mites that feed on these plants, landscape trees, and other woody ornamentals can take away from the beauty …

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Brown Patch is a common lawn fungus that can cause your New Caney lawn to turn brown completely if it goes untreated (it can spread very quickly). The fungus that causes Brown Patch is called Rhizoctonia solani and it can …

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