Spring has arrived, and chances are you’re getting out into the lawn to see what winter has done to it! As you dig around, you may come across some grub worms either in the turf, or in your flower beds.

Many homeowners’ first instinct is to rush to the local big box store and purchase granular insecticide and throw is all over the lawn in mass quantities.

But there is no need to expose our environment to anymore un-needed chemicals.

Here’s How Grubs Operate:
Grub worms are the larvae of the Japanese beetle or “June Bug.” These beetles fly around in early summer, munching on your trees and shrubs, warming themselves on your front porch lights, and getting caught in your pool filter.

In July & August they begin laying eggs in well…

Source by Al Haneson