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Pest

   

Symptoms/Detection

   

Diagnosis/Control

Ant

	Ant
    Appearance of mounds in warm and sunny locations, especially on sandy soils.     Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 2 to 4 lbs. per acre.

Armyworm

	Armyworm
    "Chewing" damage on grass blades. Young grass plants appear ragged or are chewed off at the crown level. Large green excrement pellets (frass) on turf surface. Small holes in soil where the pests are burrowing. All vegetation bordering the burrows of cutworms will be missing because the larvae cut nearby grass blades and drag them inside for food.     Look for starlings or other birds that frequent an area and leave probing holes in turf. Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 2 to 4 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre whenever pests are present.

Billbug

	Billbug
    Turf turns yellow, then brown. Tiny holes chewed in grass blades with yellowing and speckling around the holes. Small amount of sawdust-like material that larvae deposit in thatch as they digest their food. Damage to turf along sidewalks or other paved areas. Adult billbugs can be spotted on sidewalks and driveways near infested areas.     Dig soil in infested areas to search for larvae. When grass suffering heavy damage from billbugs is pulled, it will come loose at the crowns. This is different than grass damage caused by pests feeding beneath the surface, which causes grass to come loose from injured subsurface roots. Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 8 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre whenever pests are present. Target applications at larval life stage and irrigate thoroughly after treatment to move the product down into the thatch.

Chinch Bug

	Chinch Bug
    Large, scattered yellow patches of grass that are dwarfed, turn brown, and die as feeding continues. Damage occurs in sunny locations and is frequently mistaken for drought stress. Turf is not responsive to irrigation.     Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 6 to 8 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre. Treat entire grassy areas rather than just damaged patches. Do not irrigate after application.

Crane Fly

	Crane Fly
    The formation of small, irregular brown patches on lawns. The appearance of crane flies at rest near moving bodies of water or in areas with standing water such as ponds and puddles.     Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 8 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre whenever pests are present. Make applications during early spring to target the larval life stage and water thoroughly after treatment to move the product down into the thatch.

Cutworm

	Cutworm
    "Chewing" damage on grass blades. Young grass plants appear ragged or are chewed off at the crown level. Large green excrement pellets (frass) on turf surface. Small holes in soil where the pests are burrowing. All vegetation bordering the burrows of cutworms will be missing because the larvae cut nearby grass blades and drag them inside for food.     Look for starlings or other birds that frequent an area and leave probing holes in turf. Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 2 to 4 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre whenever pests are present.

Deer Tick

	Deer Tick
    To check for ticks: slowly drag a one-square-yard piece of white cloth across the lawn, lawn perimeters, ornamental beds, or wooded areas. Drag cloth for 15 to 30 seconds, then stop to examine it for ticks. Keep in mind that identification of different tick species is difficult.     Control larval life stages of these pests during late spring or early summer by applying Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 1 to 2 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre. Make applications to the entire lawn as well as ornamental beds and perimeter areas such as fence rows and wooded areas. An additional application in late summer or fall can provide added control of adult ticks.

Fire Ant

	Fire Ant
    Appearance of mounds in warm sunny locations, especially on sandy soils. Turf around mounds becomes thin and unsightly. Painful bites on the lower extremities of humans.     Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 6 to 8 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre whenever pests are present. Treat entire grassy areas, rather than just damaged patches. Do not irrigate after application.

Sod Webworm

	Sod Webworm
    Small, irregular, yellow or brown patches of turf grass with a ragged appearance. These areas expand quickly, with grass plants soon dying as insect feeding continues. Chewing damage on grass blades, especially in sunny locations.     Look for starlings or other birds that frequent an area and leave probing holes in turf. Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 2 to 4 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre whenever pests are present.

Tick

	Tick
    To check for ticks: slowly drag a one-square-yard piece of white cloth across the lawn, lawn perimeters, ornamental beds, or wooded areas. Drag cloth for 15 to 30 seconds, then stop to examine it for ticks. Keep in mind that identification of different tick species is difficult.     Control larval life stages of these pests during late spring or early summer by applying Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 1 to 2 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre. Make applications to the entire lawn, as well as ornamental beds and perimeter areas such as fence rows and wooded areas. An additional application in late summer or fall can provide added control of adult ticks.

White Grub

	White Grub
    Damaged turf turns yellow, then brown. Root pruning occurs on affected turf grass, sometimes severely enough that grass can easily be lifted from the soil. A gradual weakening or thinning of grass. Under sever infestations, small patches of grass die out. Presence of birds, moles, skunks, and other insect-eating animals seeking grubs for food. NOTE: The presence of these animals also indicates infestations of other pests.     Cut and pull open section of grass turf to search for grubs, paying close attention to any visible damage to root systems. Apply Sevin insecticide at a rate equivalent to 8 lbs. a.i. (active ingredient) per acre. Irrigate thoroughly after treatment to help move the product down into the thatch.