What to do about cutworm on your plants


Our “gogga” of the month for March, cutworm, will often leave seedlings or grass looking fine one day, the next day they have wilted or collapsed

What does this mean for me/my plants?

Cutworm attacks the plant’s roots, just below the surface of the soil, which causes the plant to wilt and eventually die

Suggested Action

Use a granular insecticide to prevent damage

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