Fallen army worms invade Kentucky plains, leaving dead, brown grass

Have you ever noticed a strange brown dead grass in your backyard? One that looks like a drought? Have you ever seen tiny bulky eggs that look like teen styrofoam balls stuck to your furniture?

You are not alone. For the first time since 1977, army worms have moved from their traditional farms in Kentucky and are eating grass and golf courses.

We talked to Kentucky Intologists to find out what these worms are and what to do if you see them in your yard.

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What is a fallen army worm?

The army worms that are now plaguing Kentucky are, in fact, the moths of the army.

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