Grub Larvae Prevention & Treatment For Lawns
We specialize in preventing and eradicating lawn grubs.
Lawn grubs – which are often Japanese Beatle larvae, love to live in the soil below your lawn eating grass roots. A grub infestation on your lawn can turn an otherwise nice green yard into a brown and unwatered looking mess that isn’t well-cared for. If your lawn is suffering from a grub problem it will be often be most visible in the form of irregular sized brown patches that will peel away from your soil, this damage usually shows itself in the later summer or early fall.
The solution to a grub problem in your lawn is to apply a grub treatment, but only if it’s determined to be necessary.
Natural Image Property Services is a landscaping contractor serving Newark and Licking and Franklin Counties in Ohio. We specialize in treating lawns that are being damaged by grubs and we also provide grub prevention services to protect your lawn areas against a grub problem in the future. If you have beautiful lawn areas a grub problem can ruin it in a hurry and it’s something you’ll want to address quickly. If you are unfamiliar with how to spot a grub problem in your lawn we are happy to come out and take a look for you.
Every year several of our clients have issues so we wish to help educate our clients about grubs, and the preventative steps that can be taken to stop the damage to their lawn before it occurs. Grubs can be devastating to your turf, but there is an effective preventative treatment available. We encourage all of our clients to take advantage of this service.
Some Facts About Lawn Grubs
There are few other pests that present a threat to your lawn as grubs. Often by the time you notice there is a problem, wide-spread damage has already occurred on your lawn.
- If your lawn suffered a grub infestation in the past, you are more likely to have them again.
- The early larvae stage is when grubs are most voracious and do the most damage.
- When beginning stages of damage are revealed, widespread irreparable damage has already occurred.
- If you find more than 4 grubs per square foot you likely have an infestation problem.
- When you have an infestation, your lawn WILL suffer significant damage, which often costs thousands of dollars to repair.
Grub worm prevention application must be applied in April or May for best results. After this time period you cannot prevent grub worms, you can only kill them. At that point, the damage has already been done to your lawn.
If you’d like to schedule grub prevention and treatment for your lawn then please give us a call (740) 403-8063 or fill out our online contact form and we’ll get back to you right away (usually the same day).