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#51618 May 25th, 2007 at 01:41 PM
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hello,

i think i might have ( not me..hahah ) some white worms in the soil cause on the grass i got lots of patches of died grass, almost like hay..someone told me it might be white worms...what can i do..it s almost everywhere...
thanks a lot for your help.

Franny.

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Do they have a big head and lay kinda in a "C" shape when left undisturbed? If so they are grubs.


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i didn t really look at them, someone told me it might be that but i ll look..what s the difference between the two? and thanks for your help.
Franny xox

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ya, took a look and they re grubs,thanks i ll look it up.

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hello,

here are some pictures of one of my hydrangeas,have 6 and they re all just about the same;had to cut them ...could it have been too much watering.the nursery i bought them from, the lady sayd they won t grow much bigger..i tough hydrangea was suppose to be big.

please help, what should i do...had a soil test made and they say we ve got white worms..i suppose it could b ethose, couldn t it ?


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sorry i met for that to be a new topic but i guess i hit the wrong button, if a hostess sees it, could you please make it a new topic by hiting that magic wan of yours, that we simple subject don t have...thank you very much...much obliged.


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