While weeds might come to mind as the only plant killer, there’s actually another dangerous threat. Homeowners in certain regions should be aware of the massive damage grubs can do to their lawns.
No More Grubs
The little creatures are maybe the biggest possible threat facing your home. We’ve dealt with dozens of homeowners who wish they would have dealt with them earlier. If you aren’t aware of them, you won’t think of them, and then they are only a problem when it’s too late. Grubs are little, white “C” shaped worms that are the immature form of a few types of beetles. Every species is a little different but each follows the same basic guidelines:
● The full grown insects will lay eggs in your healthy lawn a few times a year
● The eggs will turn into larvae in the spring, summer, and fall
● The little worms, living under your grass, will start to eat your roots
● This kills your grass, and lets them grown into full beetles
● Now, they start laying eggs, and the process keeps going!
Signs Of Grubs
The first telltale sign is a large patch of dead grass in what is otherwise a healthy lawn. If you are sure everything is being watered, and the grass is the same age, the worms might be in your lawn. A large bird presence, and the damage happening around the spring are also very clear signs. To be really sure you are best by going straight to the dead patch and digging a section up. If you see the little white “u” shaped pests then you know they are there! But if you are unsure we are more than happy to deal with the process for you. If we determine that you do have grubs we can go through a few options with you. All of them will have your lawn grub-free.
Take Action Now!
Instead of taking the risk of having grubs invade your lawn in the future, we can protect your grass right now. Our services will stop the little critters from destroying huge parts of your lawn. Don’t let grubs kill the grass you already put tons of your cash into. Make sure beetles don't feast on your plants and flowers. Just contact us today and we will stop the bugs from infesting your otherwise perfect lawn.