• Damage is usually limited to closely cut annual bluegrass.
• Brown patches of turf that do not respond to irrigation.
• Damage may be confused with Dollar spot disease.
• Adults can leave notches on leaf blades.
• Most damage occurs in May and June when first generation of ABW is present.
• Damage from larvae occurs on crowns (stems) and roots.
• Presence of brown excrement (frass) that looks similar to sawdust.
• Turf can be pulled away easily from damage to stems and roots.
• Treat when larvae or adults are active in significant numbers during the spring and summer months.
• Applications to control the larvae should be lightly watered in.
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