If your grass turns brown and lifts out easily when pulled, you may have this root-chewing pest.
If you see spots of brown grass on your young lawn, these moth larvae could be feasting on it at night.
A few grubs aren't a problem, but if you see lots of them when you turn the soil, take action.
These lawn moth larvae can kill a lawn quickly. Keep your lawn strong and learn the warning signs.
Find out how to keep them from digging up your grass
It looks nice and green, but it could be smothering your grass. Learn how to prevent and control moss.
Unlike their singing cousins, mole crickets are 1-2 inches long and love to eat southern lawns.
If you find fleas on your pet, in your lawn or your home, treat all areas to get rid of them.
Their nests look like dirt mounds in your lawn. And they can be aggressive if threatened.
They can kill a lawn fast. Learn how to spot and prevent this elusive bug.
These moth larvae can eat grass blades down to the ground, causing brown patches on your lawn.
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