Grub Worms are a major threat to your lawn. Every year we see thousands of dollars in damage to non-treated lawns.
White Grubs are the larvae of June Beetles, which have a three year life cycle. In June, they lay their eggs in the soil and within weeks, the white grub emerges and feeds during the warm summer months, often causing extensive damage. They feed on grass, grass roots and garden crops. Food-seeking predators (such as moles, skunks, crows and other birds) often do further damage while feeding on the grubs that are present. Late June-early July is a great time to apply a preventative treatment to control these potentially devastating insects, catching them before they hibernate deep in the soil, preparing to destroy your lawn next year. STOP Grubs from destroying your lawn.