Answer: They sound a lot like chinch bugs but to make sure, take a few of them in a plastic baggie to a nursery professional or master gardener so they can positively identify them for you. In turf areas where chinch bugs have been a perennial problem, early insecticide sprays have been used to reduce the beginning spring population. This works well if applications are made in April or early-May after the adults have finished spring migrations and the young nymphs are just becoming active. A single treatment won't rid your landscape of chinch bugs so finding them again this year doesn't surprise me. You can use the following products to control the chinch bugs:
Read the label and apply with frequency and in the amounts as listed on the product label.
Best wishes with your landscape.
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