|Spring – grubs awake from hibernation to feed on grass roots, destroying your lawn. Grubs change into pupae in late spring.
Summer – beetles emerge to feed on your garden and lay their eggs.
Fall – eggs hatch into grubs which starts the cycle over again, by feeding on your lawn’s roots.
White Grubs are the most destructive lawn insect!
The grubs are the larva of beetles, they are milky white with a brown head and a darker tail. They will be curled up in a “C” shape.
Grubs feed on the roots of grass, damage is identified as dead grass that can be lifted like a piece of carpet.