Problem: Leafhoppers (Lawns)
These insects damage grasses and other plants by sucking the sap from the leaves and stems. The adult females lay eggs in or on the plant tissues. The immature leafhoppers that emerge from the eggs resemble the adults but are paler and wingless. Both immature and adult leafhoppers feed on plant sap. There is only one generation per year in northern states but as many as three in the warmer southern states.
Mow the lawn and water well before treatment. Treat after the grass blades have dried.