worm dirt piles

vtandreaNovember 9, 2009

Seems like we're always chasing after something that's bothering our lawn--usually moles. There have been a heap of them this fall, even though we treat our lawn for grubs. I know they eat earthworms too, right? I wish they'd do a better job, because now our lawn, which was gorgeous this summer due to all the rain, is bumpy everywhere with piles of dirt from the worms! Is this a good thing?? Will the lawn smooth out in the spring? I don't remember having them so bad in the fall.

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Its a good problem, learn to like it.

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