Be proactive! Chafer Beetle eggs are laid every July, so summer is the ONLY time of year for effective treatment. Our application guarantees a grub-free lawn or your money back!
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Early to Mid-Spring
Chafer Beetle Larvae (grubs) make their way up to the soil surface to feed on turf/grass roots. Once near the surface the grubs give off a powerful scent which attracts local raccoons, crows, and skunks. These local critters dig up the lawn to gain access to the grubs below for a hardy snack, in turn causing significant damage to the turf.
Late Spring to Early Summer
The grubs transform into a beetle form and begin to emerge from the soil at which time they begin to mate. You can sometimes see or hear them buzzing around in the surrounding trees and bushes.
Early to Mid-Summer
The Chafer Beetle will deposit their eggs throughout the neighborhood, the eggs will hatch a new set of grubs in the soil and begin to grow in size.
Late-Summer to Mid-Fall
The grubs will grow near the surface and eventually become big enough to attract local critters once again causing damage to the surface of the turf.
Early to Late Winter
Grubs will burrow deeper into the soil allowing some time for your lawn to recover before the entire cycle repeats in early spring.