Grub and Insect control is an important aspect of your lawn care routine. Without it, your lawn could sustain serious damage, resulting in large dead grass areas. The damage usually shows up in early to late September and people often mistake it drought damage from a dry August.
Lawn grubs are the immature form of various beetles, mostly commonly the Japanese Beetle or June Bugs. They feed on grass roots and organic matter in the soil, causing sections of grass to die. Grubs eventually turn into adult Beetles and emerge from the soil to mate and lay more eggs—starting the cycle all over again unless you put down a grub preventative.
Even if your lawn shows no previous signs of grub damage, we recommend being proactive and applying the preventative in late June, early July. If your yard does have damage from grubs, we have a curative application to eliminate them.