Buy Do It Yourself Grub Control, Professional Grade Grub Killer Spray
Grubs are some of the most destructive insect found in well maintained landscapes, doing significant damage as they feed on turf and plants and also causing severe secondary damage as predators dig your turf up to feed on the grubs themselves. The white grub is the larval stage of many different types of beetles and the most devastating part of a beetles life-cycle. Beetle eggs hatch in mid-late summer and feed exclusively on roots late summer and into the fall, leaving turf dead and rootless. Eventually as temperatures get colder, the grubs dives deep inot the soil to overwinter before coming back up and doing a bit more feeding in the spring, then pupating and emerging above soil as various beetle species. Grubs are best treated preventatively. A successful grub control application applied in the spring or early summer will prevent grub damage from ever occurring. Preventative applications are stored in your grasses roots, providing protection as eggs hatch and feed because the grubs food supply actually controls the grubs due to the stored insecticide When looking for how to prevent grub damage we recommend Acelepryn, which should be applied early spring, and by mid-May at the latest or Imidacloprid products which should be applied In June/July to work best. When looking for how to control grubs actively feeding on your turf in early spring or fall you need a curative grub control. LawnPro recommends Dylox 6.2 for the control of active grubs as a grub control curative.
Acelepryn – Liquid Grub Control
Acelepryn is the latest in preventive grub control and has quickly become the industry standard. Acelepryn is one of the safest insecticides you can apply, and doesn’t even have a Caution word on its label. In addition to being the best control available for preventing white grubs, it is pollinator-safe, a huge improvement over older products for our environment. Over the last few years its no secret the most common preventive grub control on the market has started to show break through, particularly in areas with populations of the Oriental Beetle. Acelepryn does a great job on all white grub populations when applied early enough and watered in. When used according to instructions, Acelepryn is without question the best product available today to prevent grub damage and activity on your lawn. Even better, this 4 oz packaging allows homeowners to now use the same liquid formulation that was previously only available to professionals, golf courses, and sports turf. This liquid formulation is also excellent for control of carterpillars, bag worms, lacebugs, aphids, birch leafminer, and borer larvae on ornamental plants in the landscape and in greenhouses.