Are they Bugging the Lawn,
Bugging You, or Bugging other Bugs?
Over 99% of insects are not pests on plants!
That measns that less than 1 % of the bugs bugging around in your yard
will do any damage at all to your plants and many of those are actually there
helping your landscape by keeping bad bug populations down.
Bugs That Bug Your Lawn | Bad Bugs
These are the less than one percent of all insects that are pests on plants. They bug plants.
3 Ways That Bugs Can Bug Your Lawn
1 – Bugs that suck the juices out of grass blade tissues.
2 – Bugs that live in the lawn soil and damage the roots of grass blades .
3 – Bugs that feed on the grass blades.
Bugs That Don’t Bug Your Lawn,They Bug You
Sometimes it just doesnt matter if an insect isnt harming the landscape around them we still dont want to coexist with them. I hate ants and wage my own version of war on them every time I find an ant pile trying to hide from me! Im sure they have their purpose in the food chain but Im just not gonna let them live in my lawn! They bug me
Bugs That Don’t Bug Your Lawn, Don’t Bug You, But Bug Other Bugs | Good Bugs
(Otherwise known in the scientific community as beneficial organisms) Bugs that eat other bugs are every gardener’s best friend. Be sure to look for these bugs before deciding to treat a problem area, you may already have an army of insects on the job, right under your toes.
Big eyed bugs