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Grubs are the tiny, white larvae of different Scarab beetles such as Japanese beetles and June 'bugs' beetles. Although small, grubs can create a cyclical upturn of your yard's health in a matter of months. These pests bury themselves deep within your soil's surface and feed on grass and organic matter, resulting in sections of your yard turning brown, dying, or completely missing.

Not only do these bugs destroy your yard, but once they grow into beetles, they reproduce, resulting in more grubs buried within your soil. This cycle, if left untreated, can continue until your entire lawn has been taken over by this species!

To restore your lawns' color and thickness start by seeking out professional treatment to eliminate these pests. Once your yard has been cleared, follow up with aeration and seeding to promote new germination.


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