If there are numerous dead patches in your yard, there’s a good chance that you could have a grub infestation. The ugly brown spots contain
Getting Control of Grub Worms in Your Yard
If you enjoy getting your hands dirty while working in the garden, then you’re probably used to the occasional earthworm or grub worm ending up in your hand with the soil. While earthworms are beneficial to the garden, and it’s a good idea to toss them back, grub worms are a different matter. They are the larvae of beetles and feast on the roots of grass, vegetables, and fruits, quickly destroying plant growth. We put together helpful grub worm control tips and information to keep your lawn and garden healthy and grub-free.
Grubs not only destroy plants, but an infestation encourages skunks, raccoons, and moles to dig holes in the yard, and further pest control becomes necessary. Learn ways to get rid of these pests using various grub worm control techniques. Discover how to use common household items like dish soap, garlic, and lemon juice to make a DIY grub spray and ways to use diatomaceous earth, Neem oil, and milky spore to eliminate them from the ground. Find out how releasing beneficial nematodes and tilling your yard in the fall and spring fight a grub infestation.