Organic Grub Control
Early fall marks a peak feeding time for grubs as they fatten up before winter. Once soil temperatures drop, grubs dig in, heading 4 to 8 inches below ground, where whey’ll stay snug until spring. That means late summer/early fall — before temperatures tumble — is a key time to go after grubs, and as a result you can help prevent some of the most common lawn problems before they start.
In spring, when grubs emerge from soil, they don’t feed much, making spring grub control less effective but still important. Lawn damage you see in spring actually occurred the previous fall, which makes fall control even more important.
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