With the onset of summer, it is important to remember to inspect your turf on a regular basis for insect activity. The Landings Association’s Public Works staff have noticed an increase in insect activity in the irrigated turfed areas of the community.
The primary insects causing this damage are mole crickets and chinch bugs. As summer sets in, we also will start to see an increase in fall armyworms. A successful turf management program requires regular inspections of your yard to address these insects before they can do large amounts of damage.
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