Last week we talked about grub damage and how important it is to fix the problem before it is too late. If your lawn gets grubs and you don’t become aware of the problem soon enough, your lawn can become damaged beyond repair. In that case, the only left to do would be to reseed and wait for you lawn to grow back. Weed-Pro is dedicated to helping keep your lawn grub free which is why we want you to know how to recognize the signs of grubs!
Recognizing whether or not your lawn has grubs isn’t always easy. Grubs tend to be undetectable and many people would not be able to spot them unless they know what they are looking for. Check out this infographic we put together about the six different signs that grubs might be in your lawn!
If you’ve noticed any of the above with your lawn, then you may have grubs and you should take action before it’s too late!
So what can you do to get rid of grubs? Unfortunately there isn’t a whole lot that can be done other than getting a grub treatment, as stated in our previous article. A key thing is getting rid of them is knowing when to put down the treatment or preventative. To know this, it’s important to understand the lifecycle of a grub. Our infographic below maps out each stage of the grub lifecycle and show the exact time a grub treatment should be applied.
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