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Choose between several different grub control services that keep the damaging larva at bay. See below for more information. No gimmicks here! Each application includes our exclusive Earth Wise granular organic-based. Call AAA Lawn Care today or request an estimate online.

Grub Control

White Grubs are turf-damaging larva that feed on the root system of grass plants in your lawn.  These grubs are the larval stage of the May Beetle, June Beetle, Masked Chafer, European Chafter, Japanese Beetle and various other shelled beetles. Grubs feed on grass roots and organic matter in soil which causes patches of grass in the lawn to die. When these larva grow into their full form it can leave your lawn ridden with nasty insects that can be almost impossible to completely get rid of.

Grubs really only damage lawns in the Spring and Fall.  This damage can occur very rapidly if you are not watching.  AAA Lawn Care’s grub control treatments use a specific product when grub damage has been confirmed that will stop any more of your lawn from being destroyed. This is important because grub damaged areas typically will need to be reseeded.  It is advised to use a grub preventative as part of your lawn maintenance routine with a follow up application in the summer if you have active grub damage in a given season.

PREVENTATIVE Grub Control ACTION

Preventative grub control products applied in mid-summer are very successful in controlling grubs.  Grubs mature into beetles in early summer, then they mate and lay new eggs back into the soil for a new generation to begin. This is a 12-month cycle that can re-infest your lawn with grubs each year. For this reason you may want to consider a preventative insecticide every year for your lawn.  It is a very good idea if you suspect your neighbors of having a grub infestation or if you have had grub damage in the past.

Please note: There is a common belief that a mole problem is related to grubs in the lawn. This is only partially true. Moles do feed on grubs, but the majority of a mole’s diet is earthworms. In most cases, an insecticide will not eliminate the moles.

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