To understand how to get rid of Chinch Bugs, we must first understand what they do. Although most people are familiar with weed problems in their grass, and the weed killers that can ameliorate them, some might not be so familiar with the multitudes of bugs that are capable of preying on and destroying your lawn, like Chinch Bugs.
Chinch Bugs do the most damage to St. Augustine grass, which is quite common in the Southern United States. Chinch Bugs suck nutrients from the root system of the grass and while doing so inject a toxin into the stalk that cause the grass to die, leaving unsightly brown patches of dead grass on your lawn.
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