Lawn Grubs

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Grubs in the lawn are the larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles, and chafers. These
grubs are C-shaped and wormlike and eat the roots of grass, causing the grass to die
and form brown patches. Grubs will move into lower soil areas
during winter, and then
move back to the upper soil in the spring to resume feeding near the surface.

Grubs also attract moles, skunks and birds which further damage turf areas.

TurfPro takes a curative approach to grub control with a treatment that

 

  • Kills grubs at the soil surface in Spring
  • Prevents metamorphosis from grubs to beetles, thereby preventing new egg colonies.
  • Reduces turf damage attributed to grubs.

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