Have you discovered grubs in your lawn? We'll tell you how to get rid of them for good quickly.
Lawn grubs live in the soil eating grass roots and leaving your yard brown and unattractive. The majority of grub worms come from Japanese beetles, which lay their eggs in midsummer in sunny areas of the lawn. Taking care of this problem is simply a matter of how to detect grub.
If you can play a good game of connect the dots with the dry patches in your yard, you may have a grub problem. The ugly little patches contain.
Learn from your expert friends at Veggie Gardner how to identify and control common Grub worms are Japanese Beetle larvae, or the babies of those beetles.
Wondering - How to get rid of Grub Worms? Lawn grubs, Japanese beetle larvae are notorious for destroying lawns, creating brown patches [LEARN MORE].
Discover natural methods for killing grub worms in your garden. Including pathogens, nematodes and attracting birds.
Insecticidal sprays or drenches aren't always the best solution when it comes to an infestation of grub worms in your lawn. Natural control.
There is no reason to learn about grub worms, that is, except when they are causing havoc Insect/Grub Control for prevention & lawn health.