Sod webworm or drought damage?

Many Manitoba lawns are showing signs of drought stress. Lawns suffering from drought will of course turn brown and go into dormancy.
Lawns in dormancy have a uniform browning out and usually recover when rain or irrigation water is applied.

However, if you have a lawn that’s looking more brown than green with brown patches that are getting larger, you may need to take a closer look.  Lawns that are stressed by drought conditions tend to be weakened and are more susceptible to weed and pest problems. One of the main culprits we are seeing in and around Winnipeg is Sod Webworm. 

Misdiagnosed lawns have allowed Sod Webworm to flourish and spread.

Find out what tell tale signs of a lawn with sod webworm  & what you can do to protect your lawn including the natural treatment we offer to combat them.

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