Insect/Grub Control

Turf insects such as sod webworms, chinch bugs, and cutworms can also become a nuisance to your lawn during the summer months. Unlike grubs, these insects can feed on the stems of your grass blades and can cause unsightly grub-like dead patches throughout your lawn. If left undetected, the level of infestation could reach an unacceptable threshold and will cause widespread damage. Through proper identification, understanding the specific life cycle of that insect, we are able to customize program and apply the necessary treatments when needed.

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Surface Insect Control

Grubs are the larvae of beetles, and are the most widespread and destructive pests in the Northeastern United States. They damage grass by chewing on the root system, undermining even the healthiest of landscapes.

Grubs van eat your lawn from the inside out by feeding on the solid root structure of your lawn. Years of careful care can all go to ruin with a grub infestation. Grubs often lay waste to large areas, ruining a substantial amount of green space that can require considerable renovation and restoration. Careful planning in cycle with the seasons, combined with a solid lawn treatment program can ensure that your lawn will shine and make you proud.

Greener Turf offers preventative alternatives as well as curative applications for any grub issues that may arise.

Grub Control

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