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It’s hot outside and the lawn is looking brown. Is it dry or could grubs be damaging the roots?
Step 1: Check the soil with a screwdriver or a shovel to see if the soil is moist 3 to 4 inches deep.
a. If dry water deeply.
b. If moist go to #2.
Step 2: Pull up on the grass as if it is sod (you may need to cut into the grass).
a. If it’s grubs then you should see them in the soil. They look like fat grains of rice with a reddish head.
Remember, as a Moore Green customer, our service calls are free to check your lawn for damaging insects.
Just when your lawn is looking its finest, lawn insects like grubs, sod webworms, and cutworms destroy large sections, making your lawn look like a war zone. While it can be very frustrating to lose turf areas to grubs, it can be even more expensive to replace the dead lawn. Moore Green offers a season long Grub Preventer treatment which is applied before the grubs arrive. By taking care of the lawn insects early we can prevent their damage. This way, the lawn you’ve worked hard for all spring will keep its beauty all through the summer.
Choose Moore Green to keep grubs out of your lawn.