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Will my lawn recover from armyworms?
Healthy turf with strong roots should recover from armyworm damage. But if left untreated, particularly in stressed or weaker grass, fall overseeding and repairs may be needed. What keeps armyworms away?
Do armyworms eat Bermuda grass?
Largely found in the South, especially on bermudagrass, armyworms can infest lawns and cause severe damage. The first sign of trouble is small patches of brown grass with the edges of the blades chewed. Some blades may be completely eaten.
What do armyworms do to plants?
Armyworms eat the foliage of the plant. It is not uncommon for an army of armyworms to destroy an entire lawn or field within a few days. As the armyworm feeds, they leave brown patches in the lawn that appear to be heat, drought, or chemical stress.
What do armyworms eat in the fall?
The grass that the fall armyworm prefers to feed on includes buffalo grass, fescue grass, ryegrass, and buffalo grass. What Does Armyworm Lawn Damage Look Like?