White grubs are the larval stage of development in the life cycle of what many people refer to as the june bug. White grubs live in the soil and feed on organic matter, and in particular, turfgrass roots. In small numbers they go unnoticed; but when they increase in number, they can have a negative impact on a lawn that could take some time to recover.
Most of the time grub damage is localized in a small area, and the damage isn’t severe. However, sometimes it can blanket large sections of lawn and necessitate resodding to repair the damage. For this reason it is always advisable to apply grub prevention to lawns that have had grub damage in the previous season. If you haven’t had a grub problem in the past, then a grub prevention treatment may not be necessary; but if you have, or you just want to be sure that you don’t, then contact us today to schedule your grub prevention application.