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Old 07-31-2020, 04:43 PM   #1
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brown patch...chinch bugs?...

Any suggestions / ideas...if this is brown patch or some fungus due to the rains, or perhaps I have a bug / grub problem?

This area seems to have spread the last few week / month. I was thinking brown patch at first but it's no spots, just seems to be spreading. Appreciate any insights.

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Old 07-31-2020, 04:45 PM   #2
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For size reference, the widest part is about 3 feet wide.
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not grubs - we dont get grubs down here that will do that damage very often

likely is the tiny moths eating the roots - called sod web worms

you will see them fly off when your walking through the grass

Liquid BT
- it will treat both the sod web worms and cinch bugs

dont wait around if you like your grass ... they will continue to eat it
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Thanks, I do have some BT concentrate I'll get after it!
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not grubs - we dont get grubs down here that will do that damage very often

likely is the tiny moths eating the roots - called sod web worms

you will see them fly off when your walking through the grass

Liquid BT
- it will treat both the sod web worms and cinch bugs

dont wait around if you like your grass ... they will continue to eat it

I thought the moths didn’t do the damage, but their larvae (grubs) did.
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Correct... it’s the larva of the moths doing the eating

The grubs that I was referring to are the larger white ones you see occasionally in the dirt...they are not bad and generally just eat dead organic material
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