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conquer-all-208x193Tucson is expecting quite a bit of rain this weekend and with these warm spring like temperatures you can be sure the weeds are not far behind! They have been waiting patiently for just the right conditions and now they are here.


When you wake up next week and find your Tucson yard covered in weeds that have seemed to spring up over night, don’t panic. Give us a call. We have a team of highly skilled professionals who know how to kill every kind of weed out there. We strive to keep all of our customers like you happy and satisfied with our weed control work in Tucson and Southern Arizona.


We don’t want your weekends be wasted picking weeds and doing yard work. Let us take care of that for you so you can enjoy your days off doing something fun in this beautiful weather.


Don’t wait. Give us a call and set up an appointment to let us take control of the weeds your yard is growing.

999151_693821563977558_814200526_n-300x225-208x225Monsoon season has officially started and that means that more bugs will start to come out.


Some bugs are more active during the rainy weather. More bugs and inspects are seen during this time because it is like a second breeding season to them. Some of the pest you will start to notice or see more of are palo verde beatles, swarming ants and termites, tarantulas, bats, and of course frogs and toads.


Usually these things are more annoying than destructive. Although if you have pets, make sure they are not putting anything in their mouths they are not supposed to because some of these pests can be dangerous to them.

MH900052558-300x300-208x300Do you think the world will end this Friday? Well for some ants, their zombie apocalypse has already began.


A fungus called Ophiocordyceps camponoti-balzani infects ants, takes over their brains, and then kills the host. Does not sound like a good day to be an ant.

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