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Termites Rock?
Termites Rock?

It sounds like the hypothesis for a middle school science fair project – do termites eat wood faster or slower depending on what music is playing? Back in the 60’s, scientists tested and discovered that certain plants grow better and taller when music was played. In...

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Bugs Who Winter in my House?
Bugs Who Winter in my House?

One of our favorite winter pastimes here in the Sunshine State is watching how everyone up north deals with the snow and ice. It’s even more pronounced this year as a winter storm ravages as far south as Texas, setting records. Meanwhile, we’re setting warmer than...

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Roaches get in…
Roaches get in…

It’s not hard to understand why December to April are the busiest months of the year here on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Hurricane season is (usually) over, and our subtropical temperatures look like an excellent respite from the cold winds and snow dominating most of...

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A Good Bee – Hard to Find?
A Good Bee – Hard to Find?

A lot of times, when we think of bees, we picture honey bees and maybe, occasionally, bumblebees. But did you know that scientists over the decades have recorded some 20,000 different bee species? That’s a lot of variation in God’s creation. There are even bees that...

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Watch out – Brood X is on the way!
Watch out – Brood X is on the way!

In our work here at Good News Pest Solutions, we are constantly amazed at the variety and specificity of many of God’s creations. Just looking at insects, we know of more than 1-million different species. And scientists estimate there could be up to 9-million more...

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Florida Arbor Day
Florida Arbor Day

There’s an old adage that goes “The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second best time is right now.” That’s the idea and spirit that led to founding Arbor Day over 150 years ago. The United States and many other countries celebrate the holiday in April...

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Treats for Bringing in the New Year
Treats for Bringing in the New Year

If you’re like most of us, you can’t wait 'til we can finally bid 2020 goodbye. While nothing will magically change at the stroke of midnight, it just feels good to move on, even symbolically. Just like it was this year for Thanksgiving and Christmas, most of us won’t...

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Christmas: Hope for Tomorrow
Christmas: Hope for Tomorrow

Sometime around 2000 years ago, in a distant Middle Eastern country, a humble baby was born in a stable. He was wrapped in strips of cloth, cradled in a cattle trough, and visited by the some of the lowliest people in the region. A dozen, maybe two, witnessed the...

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Bugs in your Christmas Tree?
Bugs in your Christmas Tree?

It’s a time-honored tradition in many Gulf Coast Florida families. Sometime after Thanksgiving, you head down to the tree farm lot and pick out your Christmas tree. Sure, we’d like to go out and cut our own, but that’s just not possible in the Sunshine State. You pay,...

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