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Eric Rebek, Professor of Entomology and Plant Pathology at OSU, gives us insight about all the little worms we're seeing eat up our turfgrass this time of year. These little guys are Spodoptera frugiperda, or more commonly known as Fall Armyworm. But don't worry! In Oklahoma these worms do not over winter and will die after the first freeze.
For more information, check out this factsheet on OSU Extension Website:
Pest E-Alerts

Airdate (08/28/21) #4809
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Santana Margiela

Santana Margiela . 6 hours ago

So that what these things are they used to be everywhere. It's just means your lawn is healthy and organic.


Kaylee . 1 month ago

waiting until this video gets viral, they’re all over this year

Kenneth Hieke

Kenneth Hieke . 2 months ago

Best information out there. Many websites confidently opine that Fescue will "recover". That doesn't sound to be the case.

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Cooking Secrets for Men . 2 months ago

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