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Crane fly larvae feed on the roots and crowns of grass, leaving bare spots that can be rejuvenated with seeding and fertilizing.

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Wet weather invited crane flies to invade lawns

Brown and bare spots on lawns in western Oregon – some spanning large areas – are the result of a heavier-than-usual crane fly outbreak.


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