September Weather Encourages Chinch Bug Damage

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa  |  10/1/2007 11:06:56 PM

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(Audio 09/10/07) In September, it is still pretty hot. Combining that with dry weather can cause an increase in chinch bug activity. These insects attack lawn grasses and prefer St. Augustine grass. They create circular brown areas and will kill the grass where they feed. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
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