Our Whitefly Control Service
Our Unique Approach To Whitefly Control
At Natural Resources, we offer the eco-friendliest Whitefly Control Service on the market. Our Whitefly Control Service is hands down way better than any of our competitors, and here’s why.
1) No spraying. That’s right. No spraying… Most pest control companies are spraying ficus hedges, trees, and other plants four to 12 times PER YEAR! Not only is that excessive, but it’s dangerous for you and the environment. The chemicals most companies spray end up in your pool, on your lawn furniture, and on beneficial insects such as bees and butterflies.
2) Guaranteed for six months. After we complete a systemic insecticide application, we return every three months to inspect the health of your plants. If we find any pest activity during those inspection visits, we’ll retreat the infested plants at no additional charge. Most applications are effective for 12-16 months.
3) Protection from whitefly & more pests. Our service protects your treated plants from all sap-sucking pests and some other pests, not only whitefly. Other pests our service will provide protection from include thrip, scale, mealy bugs, aphids, leafminer, caterpillars, and beetles.
4) Payment plans available. If you have a lot of plants that need to be treated, it can get a little pricey. We understand that a large upfront cost for some people isn’t ideal, which is why we offer payment plans. All you need to do is keep a credit card on file so we can process monthly or quarterly payments.
Also, we’re passionate about helping people just like you get rid of unwanted pest problems. As such, we are proud to be the only pest control company in Miami, FL promising excellence in value, service, and trust.
Frequently Asked Questions
Not at all. Since we are treating the roots of our plants with an insecticide that binds to the soil, the rain will not compromise the efficacy of the service.
We apply an insecticide to the soil that is absorbed by the roots of the target plant(s). Because the insecticide binds to the soil, it persists until it is fully absorbed by the target plant(s). The plants will absorb the insecticide and will be ingested by any pests that try to consume the plant material. We then follow up every three month to inspect the health of your plants.
It is recommended to complete this service every 12 months.
Typically the plants will shed damaged or infested leaves. Then new growth will begin to emerge. Every three months, we will send a technician to inspect the health of your plants. If we find any pest activity during those inspection visits, we’ll retreat the infested plants at no additional charge.
We use a versatile non-repellent liquid concentrate insecticide with the active ingredient Imidacloprid along with fertilizer. As a drenching treatment working from the ground up, it is absorbed through a plant’s root system and kills insects that feed on that plant, such as aphids and whiteflies, by ingestion. We also use a fertilizer to provide nutrients to the soil to assist with a speedy recovery and to promote the development of new growth.
★★★★★“Being that we are baby and furbaby friendly, we looked for a pest control company who was trusted and used great (organic) products. The ants are gone and my mom and dad are so thankful! Thank you Daniel, Chad, and Alyssa for outstanding customer service and for helping my parents out!”
★★★★★“I work on a yacht, which makes dealing with pests a bit more tricky. We have delicate surfaces that we deal with, a bacteria biome in our tanks, and of course, many people with chemical sensitivities. Chad came out and helped us not only treat our fruit fly infestation, but he gave us many tips to prevent other kind of pest outbreaks.”
★★★★★“I had an emergency situation with spiders in my car in the middle of the day. After playing phone tag, being put on hold, and turned down by a few major pest control companies that don’t service cars… Chad and his team happily came out and resolved the issue within an hour.”