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Moles

Moles

Biology & Ecology Moles are small mammals that spend most of their lives underground. If it were not for their tunnels and mounds of pushed-up earth, they would go unnoticed. A typical mole population density is two per acre. Moles often make their tunnels when...
Insects

Insects

Active insect pest infestations on managed turfgrass sites pose a persistent and difficult challenge to professional turf managers and homeowners alike. Successful management strategies combine a thorough working knowledge of the environment and the biology of the...
Beetles and Grubs

Beetles and Grubs

The larvae of several beetle species, commonly known as white grubs, are major pests of turfgrass throughout much of the U.S. (Japanese beetle, Oriental beetle, Masked chafers, European chafer, and the June beetle). Grubs reside just below the soil surface and prefer...