Lawn Moths?

Answer The small, light-colored moths that seem to fly right out of the ground and escort the lawn mower may actually indicate a larger problem lurking just below the soil's surface. The sod webworm moth ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Lawn Moths

How to Detect Lawn Moths?

Lawn moths are brownish or whitish with a snoutlike appendage on their heads. They cling to blades of grass in a lawn and wrap their wings closely around their bodies. If disturbed, they fly short ... Read More »

If I raise my wheels on my lawn mower to the highest it can go, will it make my lawn nice and lush?

Mowing height depends on the type of grass. The rule of thumb is to set your mower blade to the correct height for your type of grass and never cut more than 1/3 of the grass blade. That generall... Read More »

How to Get Rid of Moths?

Who wants moth-eaten wool clothing? Not me! Each of these steps can help to rid your woollies of moths.

How do I get rid of moths?

Make your self a net and catch them. Take them outside and release them. Turn just one light on and have the net close by. When one flies near the light up comes the net and then very quickly pl... Read More »