Fight Grubs with Grub Control From NaturaLawn
Grubs are a common lawn pest that can do uncommon damage to your lawn. Grubs live below ground and eat grass roots, which makes it a challenge to diagnose and treat a grub problem on your own. Get grub control treatment for your lawn from the lawn care experts at NaturaLawn® of America.
What Are Grubs?
The term grub may refer to the juvenile stage of a number of insects. White grubs, in particular, are the soil-dwelling larvae of various species of hard-shelled beetles. These grubs, which commonly feed on turfgrass roots, include Japanese Beetles, May or June Beetles, European Chafers, and Northern/Southern Masked Chafers.
Grubs can be found underneath the dead turf and a few inches deeper. They range in size and are typically curled into a "C" shape. Grubs have brown colored heads and their bodies are white to off-white with three pairs of legs near the head.
What Does Grub Damage in a Lawn Look Like?
Damage from grub feeding can range from mild to severe and first appears as brown patches of dead grass, usually in sunny or exposed locations. If feeding is heavy, the roots are almost completely severed and the sod can be rolled up like a carpet. Grubs are also a tasty treat for birds and rodents, and to get to the grubs beneath the soil they have to dig. FindingSo holes and scars in your lawn can also be an indirect consequence of grub infestation as animals dig around for a meal.
How Do You Get Rid of grubs?
Many lawn care providers apply insecticides and other harsh chemicals as a grub killer for your lawn. But there’s a better way, a natural way. The NaturaLawn® of America solution to your grub problem comes with a money back guarantee using a naturally occurring bacteria that begins to work upon application. It is not harmful to children, pets or the environment. It's a 100% natural biological control.
Why Choose Natural Lawn for Grub Control?
At Natural Lawn, we understand the importance of a healthy, grub-free lawn for homeowners. Our grub control services stand out for several reasons:
- Expertise: With years of experience in the field, our trained professionals know exactly how to tackle grub infestations effectively.
- Environmentally-Safe Solutions: We prioritize the environment, using treatments that are sustainable and cause minimal harm to the surrounding ecosystem.
- Customer Satisfaction: Our clients are our community. You and your family are our number one priority
When to Apply Grub Control for Best Results
Timing is crucial when it comes to grub control. Here's a guideline to help homeowners understand the best times for treatment:
- Early Spring: As the soil warms up, grubs begin to move closer to the surface. This is an optimal time to start treatments.
- Late Summer to Early Fall: This is when new grubs hatch and begin feeding on grass roots. Applying grub control during this period can prevent potential lawn damage.
- Regular Monitoring: You always want to keep an eye on your lawn's health. If you notice brown patches or increased bird activity (as they feed on grubs), it might be time for another treatment.
Safety First: Grub Control That Is Safe for Kids and Pets
We recognize that for many homeowners, the safety of their children and pets is paramount. That's why we live by a certain standard at Natural Lawn.
- Non-Toxic Treatments: Our grub control solutions are formulated to be non-toxic, ensuring they're safe for both kids and pets. Beyond just being safe for your family, our treatments are designed to be gentle on the environment, aligning with our commitment to sustainable lawn care.
What to Expect from NaturaLawn’s Grub Control Service
NaturaLawn’s expert grub control technicians are professionals. They will arrive promptly in uniform. Using their wealth of knowledge and experience from treating lawns for grubs, they will pinpoint your grub problem and apply natural lawn grub control.
No Inconvenience To You
Grub control is our job, not yours. Our team can apply grub control treatment to your lawn whether or not you will be present. We jump at the chance to meet our customers; however, if that’s not convenient for you, we understand.
A Lawn Less Welcoming to Grubs
After the application of natural grub control, you can expect to see a greener lawn as brown patches begin to heal after grubs have been killed.