big-headAnt Big-Head Lawn Treatment

The Big Headed Ant is a very successful invasive species that is sometimes considered a danger to native ants and has been nominated as one of the 100 “World’s Worst” invaders. Big Head Ants has Learn More – Click Here

brownpatchBrown Patch Fungus

BROWN PATCH FUNGUS:   This turf grass disease is most common in mid to late summer when there are extended periods with high humidity and temperatures.   Brown patch can be Learn More – Click Here

chinchbugChinch Bug

CHINCH BUG damage is spotted with irregular, expanding patches by sidewalk, driveways, and drier areas of the lawn, which causes yellowish to brown patches in the dead turf.  Learn More – Click Here

lawnspotDollar Spot Fungus

Dollar Spot Fungus kills St. Augustine, Bermuda, Zoysia, Bahia, and Centipede grasses in distinct patches that are 2 to 3 inches in diameter.   These patches take on a bleached Straw color.   In several cases Learn More – Click Here

fairyringFairy Ring Fungus

Fairy Ring Fungus is difficult to control on all grasses.   Initially, the grass is stimulated and greens up in a circular pattern.   In a few weeks, the grass in these areas will begin to decline. Learn More – Click Here

grayleafspotGray Leaf Spot Fungus

Gray Leaf Spot Fungus develops round to oblong spots on the leaves of St. Augustine and Rye grasses that are brown to ash colored with purple to brown margins.   Spots may be covered with Learn More – Click Here

grublawnGrub Lawn Treatment

If you are developing mosaic patterns of yellowish areas in your lawn, or the armadillos are digging pits all through your lawn, or if the grass consistently wilts in an area even though Learn More – Click Here

moleMole Lawn Treatment

While you’ve probably never seen them, you may have seen their tunnels running across your lawn or through your garden beds. We’re talking about moles. Moles are notorious for the damage they cause to Learn More – Click Here

sodwebwormsSod Web Worms Treatment

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 Learn More – Click Here

Turf Diseases

fall-army-wormsFall Army Worms

Fall Army Worms are native to the tropical regions of the western hemisphere and are a constant threat to southern turf. They normally winter successfully in Southern Florida and Learn More – Click Here


COLLIER PEST CONTROL IS THE ANSWER for Southwest Florida’s water restrictions and keeping your beautiful lawn irrigated. We can treat your lawn and Learn More – Click Here

lawn-damageLawn Damage

The cause of turf grass damage is often difficult to determine if considerable time has elapsed between damage and diagnosis. Damage is often blamed on disease or insects when there is no Learn More – Click Here


 Aphids or “plant lice” may infest almost any ornamental trees, shrubs and flowers. They feed by inserting microscopically thin mouthparts into the plant phloem and sucking out sap that is Learn More – Click Here

white-fly-information_clip_image006White Fly

What are whiteflies? First, they are not flies or related to flies. White Flies are small, winged insects. These insects typically feed on the underside of leaves with their “needle-like” mouthparts. Whiteflies Learn More – Click Here

leaf-minors_clip_image002Leaf Miners

  The citrus leafminer is a potentially serious pest of citrus and some related ornamental plants. Originating in Asia, the citrus leafminer was first discovered in Florida in 1993.   It has white and Learn More – Click Here

eastern-lubber-grasshoppers_clip_image003Easter Lubber Grasshoppers

Grasshoppers have been of economic importance in Florida. A few species may occur in large enough numbers to cause serious damage to citrus, vegetable crops and landscape ornamentals. One of the Learn More – Click Here

tick-lawn-treatment_clip_image002Tick Lawn Treatment

Here in Southwest Florida the Brown Dog Tick is the most common tick found.  It is unusual among ticks, in that it can complete its entire life cycle indoors.  Infestations in houses can explode to very Learn More – Click Here

flea-lawn-treatment_image002Flea Lawn Treatment

Here in beautiful Southwest Florida our flea season is all year long and can intensify between November through May. Most common fleas in this area are the Cat Fleas that are a nuisance inside Learn More – Click Here