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Got Grubs?

Got Grubs? by DeAnna Hambly Dry wilted grass or areas where grass has disappeared completely could be signs of a grub infestation in the lawn. Another sign, holes in the soil, may indicate that crows or gophers are digging for grubs. Grubs are the most destructive insects to a lawn, and if left untreated they can destroy an entire lawn very quickly. Grubs are the immature stage (larvae) of the adult beetle (Japanese, June or others). They are white or cream colored, have a C-shaped body and vary… Read More →