White grub treatment
My lawn has bare patches, pulls easily, and seems to have holes everywhere.
We’re here to help! Use our white grub treatment to protect your lawn!
The Japanese beetle or the European chafer’s larva have infiltrated your soil.
This larva, also called white grub, is responsible for the damage to your lawn.
Learn more about the evolution of white grubs to protect your lawn from their ravages.
Phase 1 – Laying eggs
In June and July, the Japanese beetle and the European chafer fly from lawn to lawn to lay their eggs.
Phase 2 – Appearance of larvae
After the eggs have hatched between July and September, the larvae cause two problems:
1. They attract skunks, which dig into the soil to feast on them, resulting in holes in your lawn.
2. They feed on the roots of the grass, causing the lawn to greatly deteriorate in this area.
Phase 3 – Patches of dead grass
In April and May, after sinking into the soil during the winter to keep warm, white grubs return to the surface and continue their rampage creating patches of dead grass.
Phase 4 – Infestation
In the following months of June and July, the surviving grubs become adults, fly away, reproduce, and go on to infest surrounding lawns.
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