These larvae can be one of the most damaging insects to your lawn. Unfortunately, the better the turf, the more likely grubs will invade. They feed on the roots of your lawn and can kill large sections in a short period of time. If you have a problem with beetles in early summer and dead patches of grass appear in late summer, you could have grubs. We can treat for the pests, but prevention is best.
Grub control treatments are done twice a year to prevent damage, once in the spring and once in the fall.
Grub worms live in the soil eating grass roots and leaving your yard brown and unattractive. Not only can these pests damage the lawn, but their presence also invites unwelcome wildlife (skunks, raccoons, armadillos, moles, birds and other varmints) that feed on the grubs- digging up patches of grass in search of them. Almost every lawn has them, this treatment is highly recommended.
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After Elite Lawn Care Fall 2016 ↓