As you consider your lawn care choices, ask yourself these three questions:
Have you ever looked at a lawn (maybe your own) and wondered where those unsightly brown patches came from?
Are skunks, raccoons, and moles tearing up your lawn?
Does your grass pull up easily in July and August?
It Could Be Grubs!
Grubs can be devastating to your lawn. They have a brown head atop a milky white body that curls into the shape of a C when disturbed. Grubs are the larve of beetles such as the Japanese Beetle or the June Bug. They live in the soil and feed on the roots of your lawn.
They can be easy to miss. Grub control is the best method for getting rid of grubs. A Grub control can be applied to the lawn during the spring or late summer.