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Pests in your lawn.

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Leatherjackets and Crane Flys
Chafer beetles
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Leatherjackets and Crane Flys

A closeup photo of a leatherjacket grub. These are the larval stage of crane flies and can devastate a lawn.

Leatherjacket Lawn Pests - The Complete Guide - The Lawn Man

Updated: October 2020 What are leatherjackets? The leatherjacket life cycle Spotting leatherjacket grubs in your lawn What damage can leatherjackets do? How can you control leatherjackets? Leatherjacket controls to avoid Will leatherjackets keep attacking my lawn? Download my leatherjacket fact sheet This is a summary PDF of this blog post in an easy to see, printable format. What… Read More »

When to sow grass in bare soil: "Dormant seeding involves putting down seed while the ground is not frozen, yet cold enough so germination of the grass seed will not occur until next spring when the soils begin to warm.

Leatherjacket Lawn Pests - The Complete Guide - The Lawn Man

Updated: October 2020 What are leatherjackets? The leatherjacket life cycle Spotting leatherjacket grubs in your lawn What damage can leatherjackets do? How can you control leatherjackets? Leatherjacket controls to avoid Will leatherjackets keep attacking my lawn? Download my leatherjacket fact sheet This is a summary PDF of this blog post in an easy to see, printable format. What… Read More »

Crane fly larvae (leatherjackets) compared to a piece

Leatherjackets and Crane Flys Category - The Lawn Man

Leatherjackets and the animals which eat them can be very damaging to lawns in the UK. Find out how to identify them in these blog posts.

Chafer beetles

An adult summer chafer beetle (amphimallon solstitiale) Grubs, Beetle, Lawn, Summer, Animals, Animales, Beetles, Summer Time, Animaux
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What is a chafer grub? - The Lawn Man

A chafer grub is the larval stage of a chafer beetle. They are white C-shaped grubs with a brown head and 3 pairs of legs at the front of their body. Chafer beetles are the common name for one of many species of Scarabaeidae flying beetles in the UK. Find out more about them and how they can damage lawns.

Chafer Grubs Category - The Lawn Man

What is a chafer grub? - The Lawn Man

A chafer grub is the larval stage of a chafer beetle. They are white C-shaped grubs with a brown head and 3 pairs of legs at the front of their body. Chafer beetles are the common name for one of many species of Scarabaeidae flying beetles in the UK. Find out more about them and how they can damage lawns.

Chafer grub identification and control in your lawn - The Lawn Man

Chafer grub identification and control in your lawn - The Lawn Man

The chafer grub is a common pest in the UK damaging lawns in the spring and autumn. Find out how to identify it and control it here...

Chafer Grubs Category - The Lawn Man

Chafer Grubs Category - The Lawn Man

Chafer grubs are a difficult pest to control in British lawns. Find out more about them and how to control them with these series of blogs posts.

The chafer beetle life cycle is typical of the other beetles. Eggs are laid, these turn into larvae which then pupate and turn into adult beetles and fly.

Chafer beetle life cycle - The Lawn Man

The chafer beetle life cycle is typical of the other beetles. Eggs are laid, these turn into larvae which then pupate and turn into adult beetles and fly.

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A closeup photo of a leatherjacket grub. These are the larval stage of crane flies and can devastate a lawn.

Leatherjacket Lawn Pests - The Complete Guide - The Lawn Man

Updated: October 2020 What are leatherjackets? The leatherjacket life cycle Spotting leatherjacket grubs in your lawn What damage can leatherjackets do? How can you control leatherjackets? Leatherjacket controls to avoid Will leatherjackets keep attacking my lawn? Download my leatherjacket fact sheet This is a summary PDF of this blog post in an easy to see, printable format. What… Read More »

When to sow grass in bare soil: "Dormant seeding involves putting down seed while the ground is not frozen, yet cold enough so germination of the grass seed will not occur until next spring when the soils begin to warm.

Leatherjacket Lawn Pests - The Complete Guide - The Lawn Man

Updated: October 2020 What are leatherjackets? The leatherjacket life cycle Spotting leatherjacket grubs in your lawn What damage can leatherjackets do? How can you control leatherjackets? Leatherjacket controls to avoid Will leatherjackets keep attacking my lawn? Download my leatherjacket fact sheet This is a summary PDF of this blog post in an easy to see, printable format. What… Read More »

An adult summer chafer beetle (amphimallon solstitiale) Grubs, Beetle, Lawn, Summer, Animals, Animales, Beetles, Summer Time, Animaux
GrubsBeetlesSummer TimeAnimaux

What is a chafer grub? - The Lawn Man

A chafer grub is the larval stage of a chafer beetle. They are white C-shaped grubs with a brown head and 3 pairs of legs at the front of their body. Chafer beetles are the common name for one of many species of Scarabaeidae flying beetles in the UK. Find out more about them and how they can damage lawns.

Chafer Grubs Category - The Lawn Man

What is a chafer grub? - The Lawn Man

A chafer grub is the larval stage of a chafer beetle. They are white C-shaped grubs with a brown head and 3 pairs of legs at the front of their body. Chafer beetles are the common name for one of many species of Scarabaeidae flying beetles in the UK. Find out more about them and how they can damage lawns.

Chafer grub identification and control in your lawn - The Lawn Man

Chafer grub identification and control in your lawn - The Lawn Man

The chafer grub is a common pest in the UK damaging lawns in the spring and autumn. Find out how to identify it and control it here...

Crane fly larvae (leatherjackets) compared to a piece

Leatherjackets and Crane Flys Category - The Lawn Man

Leatherjackets and the animals which eat them can be very damaging to lawns in the UK. Find out how to identify them in these blog posts.

Chafer Grubs Category - The Lawn Man

Chafer Grubs Category - The Lawn Man

Chafer grubs are a difficult pest to control in British lawns. Find out more about them and how to control them with these series of blogs posts.

The chafer beetle life cycle is typical of the other beetles. Eggs are laid, these turn into larvae which then pupate and turn into adult beetles and fly.

Chafer beetle life cycle - The Lawn Man

The chafer beetle life cycle is typical of the other beetles. Eggs are laid, these turn into larvae which then pupate and turn into adult beetles and fly.

A selection of leatherjacket grubs

Leatherjacket grubs can destroy your lawn! - Lawnscience Blog

Leatherjackets are one of the most devastating lawn pests found in the UK, literally eating their way through an entire lawn. Read how to spot them here.