What are Grubs?
The term "grub" commonly refers to the larvae of various beetle species found in Minnesota. Two prevalent types are the larvae of the June bug and the Japanese beetle. These larvae are typically small, curled, and have a white appearance. If you encounter these white worms in your garden or flower beds, they are likely the immature stages of these beetles. Grubs are known for causing damage to lawns by feeding on grassroots, leading to issues such as dead or brown patches of grass, weakened root systems, and increased susceptibility to other lawn problems. Monitoring and addressing grub-related issues promptly are essential for maintaining a healthy lawn in Minnesota.
How do I know if my lawn has a grub problem?
All Minnesota lawns have grubs! However, recognizing signs of a grub problem in your lawn is crucial for timely intervention. Key indicators include:
What is Grub Control?
Grub control involves both the eradication of existing grubs and preventive measures to stop their infestation in your lawn before they can cause damage.
Does West Metro Lawn & Snow offer Grub Control?
Yes! Visit our contact page to request an estimate today!