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2018’s New Pest Plus Plan!

Green Frog’s Pest Plus is our newest service. Instead of just treating around your home or business, we treat the exterior of your home, perimeter of your yard, bushes and trees throughout your yard. When Green Frog treats these areas bi-monthly they are able to control more pests, such as spiders, roaches, ants, wasps, fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, fire […]

Tips on Controlling Fire Ants from Green Frog Pest Solutions Pest Control Service in Hazlehurst, Jesup, Douglas, and Baxley Georgia

There are three species of fire ants found in Georgia: the Southern fire ant (Solenopsis exloni), the tropical fire ant (Solenopsis geminata), and the red imported fire ant (Solenopsis invicta). The red imported fire ant, though not native to Georgia, is by far the most common and the most aggressive fire ant found in the […]

Black Ants Cause Pest Control Problems of Plague Proportions in Hazlehurst, Jesup, Douglas, and Baxley Georgia

Residents are complaining in Southeast Georgia that their kitchens are being over-run with tiny pest invaders, as the wet and warm weather continues to encourage black ant activity. In fact, Green Frog Pest Solutions pest control company in Hazlehurst, Jesup, Douglas, or Baxley Georgia is reporting that ant-eradication jobs, are being scheduled in “plague proportions“. […]

Green Frog Pest Solutions pest control company asks, Do you have ant infestation problems in Hazlehurst, Jesup, Douglas, or Baxley Georgia?

It’s already the new year, and spring is right around the corner. With the arrival of fair weather, ants and termites will begin swarming once again. Many people mistake flying ants for termites. There are some striking similarities between the two, but there are also some appreciable differences. Termites have straight antennae, whereas flying ants […]

Spontaneous Ant combustion- fact or myth from Green Frog Pest Solutions Pest Control Company in Hazlehurst, Jesup, Douglas, or Baxley Georgia

The diversity of the insect world is astonishing. From ordinary mosquitoes, to the Madagascar hissing cockroach, bugs are annoying, yet fascinating. Camponotus Cylindricus is the technical name for exploding ants. The rare talent of self detonation is a weapon and a means of self defense for these ants. When the ant nest is under assault […]