Brown Patch Fungus

Brown Patch Fungus, also referred to as Large Patch, is a fungal disease commonly seen in South Florida lawns during the cooler months, particularly St. Augustine and zoysia grass. The fungus, Rhizoctonia, can be identified by the presence of small brown patches in the turf. The best method of treatment is with a PREVENTATIVE fungicide READ MORE

5 Signs Your Palm Trees Need Nutrients

Are your palm trees lacking nutrients? WE CAN HELP! Contact us at Life Cycle Pest Control for a free inspection and estimate. You can earn referral rewards by recommending us to your family and friends or posting a positive online review. Thank you! Sincerely, Ira & the Life Cycle TeamLife Cycle Pest Control(954) 385-2888info@lifecyclepest.com www.lifecyclepest.com 

Mosquito Control Tips

Worldwide, mosquito-born diseases kill more people than any other single factor. Dispose of any tires. Tires can breed thousands of mosquitoes. Drill holes in the bottom of recycling containers. Clear roof gutters of debris. Clean pet water dishes regularly. Check and empty children’s toys. Repair leaky outdoor faucets. Change the water in bird baths at READ MORE

Time to Cut Back on Sprinklers

We can control our sprinklers, but we can’t control the rain.  Rainy season is here. It’s time to start cutting back on your sprinklers. Remember, when it comes to watering your lawn, ”LESS IS BETTER.” Over-watering creates more weeds and brown spots, leading to fungus. When fungus spreads, it distresses your lawn and makes it READ MORE

Mosquito Season is Here

As we all know, when the summer season approaches, it brings high humidity, lots of rain and nasty mosquitoes. We can’t do anything about the first two, but when it comes to mosquitoes, we can help. Our mosquito misting system will not only reduce the mosquito population in and around your home, but will help READ MORE

How to Eliminate Fruit Flies

Have you ever come home in the evening to be greeted by a flying speck taking off from a kitchen counter or patio?  More than likely, you’re being visited by fruit flies.  They’re opportunistic little buggers that are there one day and gone the next. Here are some tips to eliminate and prevent them: Keep READ MORE

New Pest Control Services

Spring is in the air! We’ve added a few new services. If we can help you, let us know! Thank you for recommending us to your friends and neighbors. Sincerely, Ira & the Lifecycle Teamwww.lifecyclepest.com(954) 385-2888