Lawn Insect Problems
Some of the more serious pests that feed on Bermuda grass are armyworms, cutworms, sod webworms, and white grubs also chinch bugs seem to be very active this year (2018)
Bermudagrass mites and mealybugs can be a problem by piercing the grass and sucking out the plant juices. This can stress or thin the grass, but usually will not kill it. During the summer, when the grass is actively growing, it can easily handle small numbers of these insects.
If you believe your lawn is not performing well in the summer heat there is a good chance it will be insects doing the damage. Please give us a call so we can come out and access the damage.
Armyworms, sod webworms, white grubs, chinch bugs, bermudagrass mites and mealybugs.
Drought damage, after a few weeks without adequate rainfall bermuda grass will begin to go dormant.