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How Much do You Know About Lawn Pests?

Posted on: September 2nd, 2022

For most homeowners, having the perfect lawn is essential for their home’s curb appeal. According to NPR, the United States is prone to diseases from ticks, and in the last fifty years, scientists have discovered at least a dozen tick-borne diseases. Sometimes, however, pests can invade your pristine lawn and damage it. When this happens, these little critters not only damage your lawn, but they’re also responsible for transmitting harmful diseases to animals and human beings. To maintain a healthy lawn, it’s crucial to be knowledgeable of these pests so that you can prepare yourself if they invade your lawn.


Grubs are little insects found in the soil. They mostly feed on grassroots, which damages your lawn and makes it vulnerable to forming brown patching and other issues. Grubs are capable of damaging patches of grass completely if their infestation is severe.

Fortunately, you can do several things to protect your lawn against a grub infestation. Firstly, ensure you regularly water your lawn during the summer season as this will help to strengthen your grassroots and prevent damage from grub infestation. Secondly, avoid putting too much fertilizer on your lawn as this may attract grubs. Finally, you can receive effective pesticides for killing grubs from hire pest control services.

Chinch Bugs

Chinch bugs are small insects that mostly feed on grass blades on your lawn. If you notice your lawn has a yellow or brown patch, then it’s most likely due to a cinch bug infestation. Failure to address this issue early may lead to your lawn’s destruction. Luckily, there are some things you can do to prevent them from damaging your lawn.

First, you need to confirm whether your lawn has a cinch bug infestation. You can identify this by looking for any signs of yellow or brown patches on your lawn. After you confirm these signs, it’s critical to act immediately as they can spread fast. You can then proceed to treat your lawn using an insecticide. It’s best if you turn to pest control services to handle this part of the process. They will have a good understanding of which specific insecticide to use. Using an insecticide in the wrong way can cause further damage, which is why you should let professionals handle it.


Moles are small animals that can cause damage to your lawn. They are experts in digging expansive tunnel systems underground, pushing heaps of dirt upward as they progress. Due to their activity, they cause damage to grass and plant roots. This leaves the roots vulnerable to diseases. If your lawn has moles, the pest control company that you hire will be able to create a plan that removes them.

Contact a local HOA pest control company that can provide residential pest control and mice pest control services to get rid of pests that invaded a community or HOA property.

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