Grubs is a common problem in Texas's grass. Many owners did not know what caused their grass problems when they started seeing chocolate spots. They tested their land and fertilize appropriately. They pay attention to watering and make sure to use the correct cutting technique.
So why do their patches look like their death? The answer could be Grub. You can see if your grass has a Grow infestation with a shovel or shovel to dig part of the dying page. In fact, it is not always necessary to use a tool. The grass patch fed with GRUB is usually a little tied to the ground. It simply peels the grass with your hands. If you see a lot of small white whites formed, you will certainly treat residues.
The barbs are the larval stage of some texas common motors. The beetles of last year are responsible for the crop of the Grubbrains this year. These tiny grubs like to feed on the roots of your grass. If there are enough, they can do serious and widespread damage. Your lawn will do its best to develop new roots, but it remains sensitive to the stress of moisture if the weather is dry and hot. As a result, it's not really the grubs that kill your lawn, but a lack of hydration caused by the Grubs who have eaten roots of your grass.
Grubs do not hurt people or the spread of the disease. Nevertheless, they can cause serious ravages about your grass and will cost money to correct the problem. Unfortunately, many people trying to manage crabbeds on their own approach or use the right approach at the wrong time of the year. Anyway, they will not really stop the damage that GRUBS can cause. There are 2 GRUB services that can perform on your lawn. A curative grunt that will kill large drops in your lawn and preventive service to the GRUB that will be placed to prevent small grubs from becoming a problem.
If you suspect that you have an infestation of Grub in your lawn and call us. We know that the best time to treat grass for grafts is last summer and the beginning of autumn. We need to treat grubs when they are small, vulnerable and close to the surface. Spring is often too late because the grubs do not feed more grass. Winter does not usually work because the grubs are locked under the surface. With our knowledge and expertise, we can save your Colleyville, your Southlake or your vine, Texas Lawn.