Mole crickets
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We think, all signs point in that direction. That we have an infestation of mole crickets, when our grass came out of domancy after the winter about 1/3 was dead. There was no indication of fungas. We've treated twice now for the pesky critters but I'm trying to find out with centipede grass, without replacing the sod completely, what is the best method for getting the grass to grow again. We live on the coastal SC/GA border in zone 8.
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  Re: Mole crickets by mmartinez (We think, all signs ...)
Mole crickets are members of the insect family Gryllotalpidae. They have an exceptionally loud song; they sing from a subsurface burrow that opens out into the air in the shape of an exponential horn. Here the detailed description about this insect is shared. internet service providers in my area
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