Does your lawn not look healthy any more, did it take on drought -like systems, even if it has not stopped raining all summer long. If you inspect your grass closely you may be able spot out e chinch bugs. The damage they cause is from sucking the moisture out of the grass blades before injecting them with a poisonous toxin. This destruction can be contained to patches, but it can kill entire lawns, too. To save your lawn, it’s important to act immediately once you’ve discovered an infestation. Here’s more about identification and how to get rid of chinch bugs.
How to Get Rid of Chinch Bugs
When treating chinch bugs yourself, liquid insecticides are your best bet. Late summer is the best time to apply a treatment. First, remove thatch so the product can reach the roots, then read the product label thoroughly. Many products require a good watering after application, but every insecticide is different, so be sure to follow the instructions given.
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