Ant Mounds in Grass?

Answer Though ant mounds in lawn grass generally are harmless, they are unsightly and make maintenance more difficult. A number of different types of ants can make their nests in your grass. Once establis... Read More »

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What are these huge mud mounds?

snakes have no arms or legs so it is impossible for them to dig a hole...sounds like crawl fish chimney...looking at the minds you should see that it is made of lots of separate clumps of mud attac... Read More »

What are Ant Mounds Made Out of?

Ants are known for building large mounds in grassy areas on nearly all parts of the Earth. These mounds may seem like nothing more than piles of dirt, but they are actually feats of natural enginee... Read More »

How do termites build their mounds?

Termites live in colonies that can number more than a million insects. In order to house so many termites, they build giant mounds.TypesTo build their mounds, termites harvest raw materials like mu... Read More »

What Is the Purpose of Planting in Mounds?

Planting your garden in mounds allows plants effective drainage and irrigation and has many added benefits increasing the productivity of your plants. Mound planting is a much easier method of gard... Read More »