Lawn Insect Control

Army Grub

You 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 ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Pests including Weeds, Fungal Disease and Insects – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Lawn Pests is the broad name given that covers all sorts of weeds, fungal diseases and insects that cause grief to lawn turf grasses. Weeds in lawns (and gardens for that matter) include all plants that are considered undesirable to the lawn or garden area. Basically a weed is considered to be an unwanted plant (and nuisance) that finds its way in to any environment including lawns, gardens, ... [Continue Reading]

Cause of Dead Patches in Lawn – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Cause Of Dead Patches In Lawn could be one of a number of things. We have already written about this in our page at Dead Patches In The Lawn.   If You want more information about Caring for Your Lawn, please register for our Free Report on "The 5 Secrets To A Great Looking Lawn" - or call the Lawn Expert on 1300 55 74 72 now for a FREE QUOTE to be on Your way to a Lush, Beautiful and Greener Weed ... [Continue Reading]

Army Grub Control – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Army Grub, otherwise known as Army Worm, can be controlled with an array of Lawn Insecticides - for more information on Army Grub Control please go to our comprehensive review at Army Grub.  If You want more information about Caring for Your Lawn, please register for our Free Report on "The 5 Secrets To A Great Looking Lawn" - or call the Lawn Expert on 1300 55 74 72 now for a FREE QUOTE to be on ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Dead Spots and Dead Patches in the Lawn caused by Curl Grub – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Lawn Dead Spots and Dead Patches in the Lawn caused by Curl Grub are a real problem for lawn lovers. The first question you need to ask yourself is “Does your lawn develop dead patches or areas of dead spots around the beginning or middle of summer?” – If so, and if you can easily pull dead grass from these dead patches in the lawn, then you are most likely to be looking at lawn damage caused by ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Pests including Weeds, Fungal Disease and Insects – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Lawn Pests is the broad name given that covers all sorts of weeds, fungal diseases and insects that cause grief to lawn turf grasses. Weeds in lawns (and gardens for that matter) include all plants that are considered undesirable to the lawn or garden area. Basically a weed is considered to be an unwanted plant (and nuisance) that finds its way in to any environment including lawns, gardens, ... [Continue Reading]

Army Worms In Lawn and Lawn Insect Pests – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Army Worms strike at the most inopportune time - that is, your lawn is looking its best after a lovely summer, the weather starts to cool down with the onset of Autumn (or Fall), then without any warning the lawn starts to get eaten out by these lawn foraging caterpillars. The problem is they attack your lawn as the weather cools down going into Winter, and your lawn looks worse for wear for too ... [Continue Reading]

Dead Patches In Grass – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Dead Patches In Grass could be a sign of damage caused by Curl Grub and other lawn insects. For more information on this Lawn Problem  please go to Dead Patches In Lawn. If You want more information about Caring for Your Lawn, please register for our Free Report on "The 5 Secrets To A Great Looking Lawn" - or call the Lawn Expert on 1300 55 74 72 now for a FREE QUOTE to be on Your way to a Lush, ... [Continue Reading]

Army Worms In Lawn Areas and How Do You Control Them – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Army Worms in lawn areas are a real problem for lawn lovers. Lawn army worm and Sod Web Worm are both leaf eating caterpillars that target lawn areas. The problem here is not so much the eradication of this lawn insect pest…but the fact that the damage caused by lawn armyworm occurs at the tail end of summer when the lawn recovery is slow to no re-growth at all. Army worm generally attack lawns ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Grubs Australia including Curl Grub and Army Worm – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Lawn Grubs in Australia are commonly named (in the vernacular) as such when referring to different lawn eating insects. The different lawn eating insects include: those that consume the leaves of lawn turf grasses and other desirable host plants, and those that target the root systems of lawn turf grasses and other host plants including ornamental plants The Lawn Pests that target ... [Continue Reading]