Pests That Could Be Hiding In Your Lawn
Many homeowners take it upon themselves to mow their own lawns. Did you know that certain pests could be lurking in the grass? Keep reading to find out which pests might be hiding in your lawn.
When there are sporadic piles of soil in your lawn, it is possible that moles are to blame for this. Most homeowners are unaware that overwatering the grass is appealing to pests such as moles. Fortunately, you can use castor oil to dissuade moles from making your lawn their new home.
Voles are small rodents that can create intricate patterns in your lawn. These tiny rodents can also hide underneath areas of tall grass to shield themselves from their predators. Putting castor oil on your lawn can deter voles from encroaching on your property.
If there are patches of dying grass on your property, you may have a grub problem on your hands. Grubs are particularly common in the Northeast. Milky spore can be used as a remedy for this type of pest infestation.
Have you spotted one of these pests on your lawn? If so, turn to the professionals at Knockout Pest Control for help. We can knockout pests and keep them down for the count!
Call 1-800-244-PEST or 1-800-244-7378 to schedule an appointment with us.