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Insect Control

Insect Control

Insect Control

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Insects can not only be annoying but do damage to turf grass in many ways, but before you go applying an insect control on your lawn it's important to know how the life cycle of a grub works, and the damage it can do to your lawn and landscape. White grubs will hatch into Japanese Beetles; if you have Japanese Beetles, they will lay eggs in your lawn that turn into white grubs. Japanese Beetles can severely damage your roses and other plants in your landscape also because they feed on the leaves and can almost completely defoliate some plants. White grubs also can do severe damage to turf grass by feeding on the roots of the grass near the soil’s surface. The damage usually shows up when it’s hot and dry because without a good root system the grasses in your lawn will start dying. Damaged areas in your lawn feel spongy when you walk on the grass because of the tunneling that’s taking place under the soil’s surface. If the damage is extensive the grass can be pulled up like carpet because the roots have been chewed off. To avoid any chance of grub damage apply a systemic insecticide that will absorb into the roots systemically and protect your grass for up to 3 months when baby grubs are born during late summer and early fall. Timing is everything when it come to stopping grubs, and more importantly using the proper chemical over the right amount of land to assure best results.


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