Holes in Lawn - Knowledgebase Question

Manchester, Co
Question by HugoKathy
September 2, 2009
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 from NGA
September 2, 2009


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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