The Q&A Archives: Holes in Lawn

Question: I have recently noticed thousands of dime-sized holes in my lawn. They have no evidence of digging such as ants would produce. Any ideas?

Answer: Dime sized holes in the lawn are usually caused by exiting beetles which means that you may begin to see some damage from grubs by next summer. You can use a grub control product next year to prevent too much damage. Good luck with your lawn.

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