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Fall Armyworm Moth

If you spot these moths in your lawn, get ready for trouble!

The armyworm moth is a native insect whose larvae can cause a lot of destruction to grasses and grain crops. Their larvae  also cause damage to certain vegetables, such as beans, cabbage, onions, peas, sweet potatoes and more.

Armyworms have four life stages: egg, larva, pupa and adult. The adults look for areas of lush foliage, such as urban lawns, to lay their eggs. Once the eggs hatch, the larvae (caterpillars) will begin feeding on your lawn and stripping your grass of its leaves.

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