My lawn was damaged by grubs last year… What do I do?
Grubs can devastate a lawn by eating the roots of the grass. Further damage is then caused by skunks, raccoons and birds digging at your lawn as they hunt for the grubs. Insects such as June Beetles and Japanese Beetles lay eggs in your lawn late summer which then hatch into small larvae. It’s these small, rapidly growing “grubs” that do the damage. The best time and method to treat for them is to apply beneficial nematodes in late summer or early fall. Spring treatments are ineffective, so you should simply repair the damage and make plans to have the treatment done at the appropriate time later in the season.Back