Grub Control

Grubs feed on the roots of desirable grass and can quickly cause permanent damage to your lawn. As the root system is destroyed, sections of turf wilt, turn brown and can be easily pulled back like carpet to reveal the grubs beneath. Secondary damage can be caused by skunks digging to eat the grubs. The damage will need to be repaired and reseeded. If you suspect this issue, stop the damage before it gets much worse. Contact us and schedule your grub contact killer.

Contact us
And schedule your grub contact killer.

Grub Prevention

“An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure.” – Benjamin Franklin

Prevention is by far the most effective treatment for grubs. Grubs fly out of lawns in late spring (as June Bugs, Japanese Beetles, Chafer Beetles, etc). By applying a specific insecticide at the time these beetles are laying their eggs, and if it is watered in with half to a full inch of water immediately after application, Natural Way can effectively control 75 to 100 percent of the grub population. By targeting them before they’re a problem, Natural Way can keep grubs below an action threshold from summer to next summer.

Target Grubs:
Before they become a problem