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www.gardeningknowhow.com/lawn-care/lgen/lawn-and-garden-holes.htm

Jan 1, 2017 ... If you are experiencing holes in your yard, there are a variety of things that could be causing them. Learn what those are and how to fix the ...

www.clemson.edu/extension/hgic/pests/plant_problems/hgic2364.html

If you are very observant, you may see small holes as if something was poked into the ground, but no mounds or loose soil. These are probably caused by birds  ...

www.todayshomeowner.com/identifying-the-cause-of-holes-in-your-lawn

“My lawn is full of holes – it looks like I have aerated, but I have not. What could be causing these holes, and what should I do about it?” -Jan. Small holes in your  ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/diagnose-holes-yard-82136.html

It takes a little detective work to diagnose holes in lawn. When you've ... Burrows, shallow holes with no soil piled around their entrance, are perhaps the most common holes left behind by yard pests. ... What Causes Piles of Dirt in Your Yard?

www.walterreeves.com/insects-and-animals/diagnosing-holes-in-the-yard

If loose dirt is present, I have to conclude that some yet-to-be-determined creature put the soil there. If there is no soil around the hole, it probably was caused by ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/causes-holes-over-backyard-89515.html

Sometimes mysterious things happen in the landscape. If the yard is full of holes, for example, it can be hard to track down the cause. This may be caused by ...

homeguides.sfgate.com/could-making-tunnellike-holes-yard-97026.html

... the prime suspects when a homeowner discovers tunnels and holes in the yard . ... What Could Cause Mounds of Dirt in My Yard Without Any Obvious Hole?

www.bayeradvanced.com/articles/lawn-care-and-repair-ruts-and-holes

Buried debris: When a hole appears in a lawn and there's no loose soil as evidence of digging, the most likely cause is soil subsidence. Buried trash that finally ...

icwdm.org/inspection/GroundHoles.aspx

Ground Hole Identification. This section deals with actual den holes not divots or depressions in the soil. If you are dealing with divots in the soil then click here.

www.extension.umn.edu/garden/yard-garden/wildlife/whats-digging-holes

Please note that some animals that dig do not eat plants. For instance, moles eat soil insects and the plant and root damage caused by their digging is usually ...