What are grubs? Why are they bad for your lawn?
There are numerous different species of that causes serious damage to your lawn. Grubs aggressively eat your lawn’s roots and grass plants, they can be found in the soil beneath the thatch layer of your lawn. If your lawn is left untreated, grubs can cause substantial damage that can require you to replace your entire lawn. Grubs eat throughout the summer and lay their eggs which hatch between August and September.
Do not wait until the end of the summer season to do grub control, now is the perfect time to regain your lawn back. Lola’s Landscape offers grub control services to residents in Norfolk County. We will monitor for white grubs and will take proper steps in maintaining your lawn.
For a free quote or questions regarding control contact Lola’s Landscape today.