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What Does A White Grub Do To Your Lawn?

What Does A White Grub Do To Your Lawn?

White grubs are beetle larvae that are usually white or grayish in color. In Pennsylvania, peak white grub season happens during August, September, and October. White grubs will feed on the roots of your grass, causing brown or yellow patches throughout your lawn and a sponge-like effect on your grass. At Green Turf Care, our team can analyze the affected spots to see if white grubs have invaded your turf. We provide preventative and post-active grub control treatments in Allentown,...
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If I Have Moles, Does That Mean Grubs Too?

If I Have Moles, Does That Mean Grubs Too?

Learn More About Moles and Grubs Lawn Pest Prevention Treatments in Allentown, Bethlehem, & Emmaus, PA Have you noticed mole damage in your lawn? Your well-meaning neighbors and friends may warn you that having moles means you have grubs as well. It's a common misconception that grub infestations and tunneling rodents go hand in hand. Moles feast on all kinds of delicious underground delicacies. They aren't limited to dining on grubs, but in the...
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How to Identify & Fix Lawn Grub Damage in Pennsylvania

When you have carefully cultivated a beautiful, green lawn, it is naturally a disconcerting feeling to find brown patches showing up throughout the lawn. Those brown patches can be caused by lawn disease or insects, but if you see them showing up at the end of August, September, or October, then the damage is most likely caused by white grubs. Learn how our professional lawn care crews identify and fix grub damage in Allentown, Bethlehem, Emmaus, and the nearby cities in ...
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Preventative Grub Control = Lawn Insurance

One of the most common destroyers of lawns is a tiny insect no bigger than your fingertip. It is hard to believe that such a small organism is capable of taking down entire lawns, but they can and they will do it quickly. What is this tiny insect? It's a white grub, which is the larvae of certain types of beetles. Learn how our lawn care experts can stop this menace to your grass in areas such as Bethlehem, Allentown, Emmaus, and nearby communities in Pennsylvania. ...
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When Worms Collide

When Worms Collide

Do you have lawn deterioration? Learn how worms could be the culprit! Upon reading the title of this article, you may be thinking, I thought worms didn’t harm the lawn! This is absolutely true for earthworms, but when it comes to armyworms and cutworms, they can greatly maim a healthy lawn.  If armyworms and cutworms are a concern to you, at Green Turf Care we provide grub control to the Lehigh Valley region to protect your grass season after season. Learn more about the...
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Why Choosing a Local Lawn Care Company is Always A Smart Decision

Why Choosing a Local Lawn Care Company is Always A Smart Decision

Every homeowner wants a healthy, green and beautiful lawn, but lawn maintenance can be time-consuming and difficult. There are homeowners who are inexperienced or simply don’t have the time to care for their lawn themselves.  At this point, it may be a good idea to look into hiring a professional lawn care company. But how to choose the right company for your lawn? Should you go local or choose a franchise company instead?  When hiring a lawn care service, it is easy to think a...
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How To Kill Active Grubs In The Lawn: The Guide

How To Kill Active Grubs In The Lawn: The Guide

Grubs, known as lawn grubs and white grubs, are a common problem for lawn owners nowadays. They are basically the immature form of different scarab beetles including Japanese Beetles, June “bugs” (or beetles) or the European Chafers. The white, C-shaped creatures have soft bodies with legs near the head. They feed on the grass roots (and organic matter found in the soil) and cause parts of the grass to die, which creates big problems for homeowners. Grubs are known for turning...
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How to Stop Grubs From Destroying Your Lawn

How to Stop Grubs From Destroying Your Lawn

If your grass pulls up easily during the summer months (June, July, and August) and turns brown, it may be infested with lawn grubs.  Why can they be so dangerous?  They eat the grassroots, leaving your beautiful lawn a brown mess. They also attract the biggest pests to your yard who come to eat them.  Having a few lawn grubs isn’t problematic and might be healthy for your turf, however, too many grubs can certainly destroy your lawn.  So, what steps can you take to make sure they...
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