Grub Control

My neighbor doesn’t take care of their lawn and this year I had major grub damage and they didn’t, why?

When beetles look for places to return back into the ground they look for a plentiful food source to feast on. If your neighbor doesn’t take care of their lawn, it is like your neighbor is offering bologna for them to eat but you are offering steak, chances are they are coming to your lawn for dinner …

My neighbor doesn’t take care of their lawn and this year I had major grub damage and they didn’t, why? Read More »

One morning I looked out over my lawn and noticed square patches of sod cut out and rolled back, what happened here?

In addition to the grubs causing damage themselves, their presence tends to attract animals, such as moles, voles, birds, mice, rats, gophers, groundhogs, raccoons and skunks, who love to feed on an active grub population; thus, causing further damage to your lawn. In this particular case, it sounds as if the lawn has been victimized …

One morning I looked out over my lawn and noticed square patches of sod cut out and rolled back, what happened here? Read More »

How can I tell if I have grub damage?

Grub damage can happen almost overnight, where your lawn looked great and next thing you know it turns brown. The best way to test for grub damage is by pulling on the grass plant, if it comes up easy with no roots chances are you have grub worm damage.

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