An infantry of armyworms is on the march, turning lawns—as well as soccer fields—into battlefields of dead grass.
“They can easily munch their way through whatever, whether it’s a lawn or a park or a golf course,” Eric Rebek, an Oklahoma State University entomologist, tells Christine Fernando of USA Today. “They just lay waste to everything in their path, moving through just like an army on the move.”
Therefore, Lincoln Charter Township will treat the LYSC Fields, Monday, September 13th. To ensure your safety from the spodoptera larvae and the solution used to remove them, we will close the facility. After treatment is applied, we can return to play safely for the afternoon of Tuesday, September 14th.
So, no practices or games on Monday, September 13th. For any questions, let us know.