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Causing Havoc
White grubs feed on the grassroots and soil in your lawn causing sections of your lawn to die. Grubs eventually turn into adult beetles and emerge from soil to mate and lay eggs, which hatch into more grubs.
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How Do We Get Rid of White Grubs?

1 Single Treatment Does The Job

Our armyworm treatment consists of one single treatment. We come out to your property and spray the entire lawn with our commercial-grade liquid insecticide. All lawn areas will need to be treated as armyworms will travel to a lawn area that is not treated. Once the product is applied the armyworms will be terminated. As our product is an on contact treatment.

After Your White Grubs Treatment

After your lawn is treated for grubs, we suggest that you keep ALL PETS AND HUMANS off the lawn for 2 hours.  This will give the product time to completely dry and to ensure it’s 100% effectiveness of eliminating the grubs from your lawn.

Lawn Damage and Recovery

If your lawn has been severely damaged from the destruction of grubs we suggest that you continue with our fertilization and weed control treatments if you are utilizing Top Turf. Then get your lawn core aeration service with a Warm Season grass like Bermuda in the Spring or our core aeration and seeding service if you have a cool-season grass such as Tall Fescue in the Fall. Bermuda will only need to get core aeration as it is a self-producing turf, and Tall Fescue is not a self-producing turf.


What Do White Grubs Look Like?

Typical lawn grubs, often called white grubs, are:

  • White almost iridescent in color.
  • C-shaped beetle larvae about a half-inch in length.
  • A grub may be the larvae of the masked chafer,  Japanese beetle, or other beetle species.
  • Lawn grubs have soft bodies with legs near the head.
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How To Know If Your Lawn Has Grubs?

How To Know If Your Lawn Has Grubs?

If you can pull your grass away from the ground, and see that the root system has been eaten by grubs. Cut into the soil and look for their presence. More than 10 grubs per square foot is a red flag.

The presence of grubs in your lawn may also be an indication that beetles are laying eggs in your lawn. Tan-colored chafer beetles are active just after sundown.

You will notice Grub damage by small irregular patches of a lawn that will appear brown, dry, and possibly wilted or look like it’s dying. This can be extensive during a severe outbreak.

How to Prevent White Grubs?

Keep Lawn Mowed

Keep your lawn mowed regularly. Keeping your lawn moved will not only keep your grass blades shorter but if there are any eggs in the turf your mower will suck them up killing any larvae that may hatch.

Pest Management

Keeping your soil treated and well balanced will help maintain a healthy grass blade and healthy soil. Also keeping an active pest management program is the best plan for dealing with any lawn pests. Periodic scouting is the best defense, especially late in the summer when grub damage is greatest.

Attract Good Insects & Birds

Attracting good insects and birds to your lawn will also help the prevention of grubs and certain insects feed of white grubs. Insects such as ladybugs, certain wasps, and flies. Also birds, racoons, and frogs.

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