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My lawn has distinct areas that are brown next to healthy areas. The brown areas are covered in small holes.
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Grab the brown areas with your fist and see if the grass pulls up easily. If so it is grubs and you need to treat with a grub killer if not we may need to send a sample to the plant pathologist at the university.
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