* prices based on average lawn size of 3000 sqft
Grub damage can be extremely devastating resulting in extensive turf loss and costly repairs. Grubs live in the soil and feed on the roots of the grass plant, causing death or intense stress that creates noticeable turf wilting. In many instances, damage to the lawn is severely compounded not only from the grubs feeding on the grass roots, but from the animals such as raccoons and birds that aggressively rip up, dig, and tear away at the surface of the lawn in an effort to feed on the rub larvae themselves.
Timing the grubs life cycle is very important to ensure effective control and results. The damaging life stage of the grub life cycle is during its larvae stage when it actively feeds on the roots. Control applications are carefully timed and applied during the grubs most vulnerable life stage to ensure effective control.