Irrigated turf grass is an ideal environment for numerous species of beetle including Japanese beetles, june bugs, and chafer. Adults lay eggs in the turf grass. Once hatched, the larvae feed on roots. The beetle life cycle oftentimes goes unnoticed, but in extreme cases, it can result in total catastrophe for a landscape.
How do you know you have a grub problem?
Since grubs are a below-the-ground pest, it can be hard to tell that you have them. The most common indicator is dying patches of grass that can be easily picked up due to lack of root structure.
How can you get rid of grubs on your lawn?
The best way to control grubs is to use a preventative method. Arborlogical Inc. takes environmental responsibility seriously. We strive to use the most effective and practical methods of application to address grubs on our customers’ properties. Grubs can also be treated in a reactive manner however once the problem is identified, remedial action may need to be taken for the lawn to recover.
How often do you need to use grub control?
Preventative treatments are generally applied once per year. Should an infestation be identified, multiple applications will likely be prescribed to get ahead of the problem.
Timing is helpful when dealing with grub control. If you are having issues with insects, Arborlogical Inc. is here to help. We offer services in and around Amarillo and Lubbock, Texas, as well as Lakewood, Colorado.