Lcs lawn Services Grub Control

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Good bugs, bad bugs! There are hundreds of different kinds of insects. Some insects are very beneficial but grubs are not one of the insects you want in your lawn!
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Lcs lawn Services Grub Control

  1. 1. LCS Lawn Services – (www.lcslawn.com) Spring Grub Control Grub Life Cycle Good bugs, bad bugs! There are hundreds of different kinds of insects. Some insects are very beneficial but grubs are not one of the insects you want in your lawn! Animals digging up the lawn, crows congregating and pecking in the grass in spring after the snow melts is a sure sign of grubs. On the one hand these animals are controlling the grubs, but really they are just adding to the extensive lawn damage grubs create. Call L.C.S. for our spring grub solutions or questions on how to treat yourself! Grubs come up toward the surface to feed on grass roots in April and May. They emerge as the adult form between May-July (May/June Bug, Japanese beetle, masked chafers)* and begin to feed and mate. These bugs will lay their eggs in the turf that hatch into small grubs. These grubs will feed on turf roots through October, depending on our temperatures. As temperatures fall the grubs will in turn crawl deeper in the ground. Next year start the process starts all over! *Life cycle does vary slightly depending on species. DO IT YOURSELF OPTION! Insecticide: Lawn seeder: Garden hose 1. Purchase a granular grub control product. Spring grub control should be applied between April-June, depending on ground temperature 2. Adjust the lawn spreader to the proper setting according to the instructions on the product. 3. Treat the border of the lawn first and then fill in the center. Walk at a steady pace and make parallel passes to ensure even distribution of the granules. 4. Lightly water the lawn to soak the granules into the ground. MILWAUKEE 262-783-6887 | MINNEAPOLIS 763-425-1400 | ST PAUL 651-731-5296

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