Friday, June 18, 2021

Grubs in Your Grass? Find Out How to Get Rid of Them Today


Look for dry patches in early spring to mid-summer that signals grubs have developed into adults. Grubs regularly eat grass roots, so grass and soil damage will be noticeable. 

Additionally, you may notice spongy spots or gives a little as you walk on it. This could be indicative of an infestation. 

Finally, if you’ve noticed more creatures feasting on your lawn, that’s a pretty sure sign that you have grubs. Look out for an increase of birds, raccoons, skunks, or moles. 

When is the Best Time to Apply Grub Control? 

First, make the distinction about if you’re preventing grubs, or killing the ones already damaging your lawn. It’s best to put down grub preventers in June and July just before the grubs begin to hatch. This provides the best preventative control for the next season. 

At Ever So Green, spring treatment is provided as necessary, but mid-summer is our normal recommended time.

Contact Ever So Green for Grub Control in Howell and the Surrounding Communities!

We specialize in lawn care services that will provide you with a beautiful, green and healthy lawn.

  • Full Fertilization Program
  • Fertilization with Crabgrass Control Application
  • Fertilization with Broadleaf Control
  • Summer Fertilization with Spot Weed Control
  • Mid-Summer Fertilization
  • Full Fertilization with Broadleaf Control
  • Turf Winterization

Partial programs and individual applications are available. Service months may vary with weather conditions. New customers receive a 5 percent discount for full program prepayment.


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