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European Chafer Season Is Here - Take Action Now to Prevent Lawn Damage!

European Chafer Season Is Here - Take Action Now to Prevent Lawn Damage!

European chafer season is here in Michigan, and it’s time to make sure your lawn is prepared for these pests. European chafers are a type of beetle that lays eggs in your soil, and when they hatch, they can end up doing tremendous damage to your turf. The best way to handle European chafer grubs is with preventative treatments to stop them before they become a problem, which should be scheduled at two different times in the year to keep your lawn protected. If you find that you...
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3 of the Most Common Lawn Insects in Michigan

3 of the Most Common Lawn Insects in Michigan

Michigan is home to many species of insects. While many of them are harmless, there are some insects that are known to cause damage to lawns. Three common lawn insects you should watch out for are chinch bugs, sod webworms, and lawn grubs. These insects can cause various types of damage including leaving brown patches on your lawn, killing your grass blades, and destroying the roots of your turf, just to name a few. Continue reading to learn more about what these insects look like, what kind ...
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