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What’s eating your lawn? Certain insects can be very harmful to your lawn. Find out who they are.
This is a fat, white worm-
These brown crickets can often be found in your swimming pool, but you’ll also notice little holes in your lawn as they dig tunnels in the ground. You might also hear them at night when they make loud screeching noises -
These greenish brown caterpillars appear via eggs laid by lawn moths -
These colonies live underground, so you might not always see the termites. In some instances, these colonies can be as big as 1m (diameter) x 8m (depth) with tunnels and nest underground. They can also cause great damage to lawns, flowers and vegetable patches as they cut these into small pieces that they carry into their nests for food. They have the ability to destroy a lawn in a very short amount of time and need to be treated immediately.
Lawns are ideal breeding and feeding areas for lawn insects such as white grub, mole cricket and earth worm, which moles feed on. If you have any of these insects, chances are good that you might get a mole as well, especially if you live next to open or wooded areas. Moles usually damage lawns by pushing tunnels underneath the soil, which is harmful to the root system of your lawn. Their mole hills are also very unsightly on a lawn, so its best to keep them off your lawn and in your flower beds at least. We prefer not to kill moles as they help to keep insects under control, so we’ve developed an organic mole repellant that helps to keep them at bay.
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