The Twin Cities Grub Control Treatment For Japanese Beetles
Our Japanese Beetle Grub Control for lawns solution is an easy application that helps prevent damage from these invasive pests.
What is Japanese Beetle Grub Control for Lawns?
Before the Japanese Beetle dies, it lays its eggs in the ground. These eggs turn into grubs that feed on the roots of grass. You’ll be able to tell if you have grubs in your lawn from the noticeable brown patches of grass (seen in the photo below). Once the damage is caused, you will need to reseed your lawn as the grass will not grow back. You can avoid this damage by investing in a grub control treatment for lawns before they can lay their eggs. Your lawn will thank you for it!
It is important you understand the grub worm lifecycle because once the immature grub matures to an adult Japanese beetle they will attack your trees and shrubs. If you have tiny holes and nibbles on the leaves of your trees it could be a sign that you need Japanese Beetle tree services as well. Learn more about our seasonal maintenance plans and save on year-round lawn maintenance.
Japanese Beetle Grub Control Benefits
- It prevents damage to your lawn caused by Japanese beetles
- It also helps prevent the damage they can cause to your trees and shrubs
- Our natural grub control solution is safe for kids, pets, and environment
Best Time For Grub Worm Treatment in Minnesota: Summer
Grubs eventually turn into Japanese beetles and are most active in the summer months. We recommend an application in early summer to best protect your property.
How Many Applications Do I Need?
One lawn grub control application is usually effective for most lawns. Warner’s expert can determine if additional applications are needed.
Additional service suggestions to complement Japanese beetle grub control: