Army Grub

army wormYou know you have a problem with Army Grub, or better known as Army Worm, when your lawn looks like it has come off second best with a lawn mower.

 

Army Worm is also known by its  technical or botanical name Spodoptera mauritia.

 

The adult of the Army Worm is a moth which lays its eggs which later hatch into the larvae, or caterpillar, in this case. Army Grub (or Army Worm) damage to your lawn will occur overnight and generally around latter  Summer and going into Autumn.

 

For more info on Army Grub go to www.Lawngreen.com.au/Armyworms_and_Lawn_Grubs

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