Hundreds of moths everywhere in the garden

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Margaret Geaney asked 4 years ago

My garden, back and front is all herbaceous plants and infested with small moths. I started a small new lawn in the back garden 3 weeks ago it to has moths living in the new grass. Any help or information is welcome please.

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 2 years ago
Moths are just using the garden for shelter in this phase of their life-cyle. The bats will arrive to eat them or they will simply disappear when they have finished mating. Adult moths do not harm plants.

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