Sea grasshoppers are very unpleasant on any lawn when they enter the soil and break the grass. Moorish crickets are strange-looking pests with a cricket-like body and crickets with moles-like claws to dig into the ground. Signs of mole crickets – broken soil, irregular tunnels and dying grass. While both species plough the soil, the mole feeds on grass roots and sprouts. Moles crabs completely, as their development depends on soil conditions and climate. The most sensitive time for nymph crickets is late spring and early summer. Signs of moles are tunnels, barrows, dying grass and uprooted seedlings. When the temperature drops and winter begins, the mole crabs begin to “hibernate” deep in the ground. Gentle crickets tend to contaminate the same area of grass every year, so it would be a good idea to map the area of origin of the mole.