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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…

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)…

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…

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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…

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Lawn Grubs Australia including Curl Grub and Army Worm

Lawn Grubs in Australia are commonly named (in the vernacular) when referring to different lawn eating insects. The different lawn grubs / insects include: those (like army worm) that forage on the leaves of lawn turf grasses, and those (like curl grub) that target and feed on the roots of lawn turf grasses and other…

Lawn Grubs – the best way to control these Lawn Pests – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Lawn Grubs can be mistaken as different pests to different people. Armyworms (and all the other lawn and leaf eating caterpillars such as sod web worm and lawn army worm) are sometimes referred to as Lawn Grubs, and at other times Curl Grub (the larvae or juvenile form of Black Beetle) are referred to as Lawn Grubs. Whatever the…

Army Grubs and Lawn Grubs – Lawn Green Lawn Care

Army Grubs and Lawn Grubs are a real problem for any lawn lover. Army Grubs – otherwise known as Lawn Army Worms, Lawn Grubs or justArmyWorms – are leaf eating caterpillars that wreak havoc on your lawn in late Summer and early Autumn. Can you hear the drum beats of the army worms? They are on their way to a…

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All Seasons Lawn Care – Lawn Green Lawn Care

All Seasons Lawn Care alternative – Lawn Green’s Weed and Feed Lawn Care service is available to customers all of Sydney from Bondi to Katoomba. Lawn Green’s Dry Lawn Care method is an innovative and safe alternative to some other Lawn Care companies. If You want more information about Caring for Your Lawn, please register…