Tips for Controlling Sod Webworms

Philadelphia–Turf managers can tell what type of larvae is invading their turf by the unique physical characteristics of the damage caused. Sometimes larvae damage can be mistaken for disease or distress, so it’s important to know the differences between typs of larvae for effective detection and control. One common larvae, the sod webworm, typically attacks Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, fine fescue and bentgrass through late September. Dr. Bobby Walls, turf product development manager for FMC Professional Solutions, offers the following …


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