Best Time to Apply Grub Control to Your Lawn.
Every year grubs cause millions of dollars in damage to lawns. All across America lawns are affected by grubs. Grubs are the larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles, European chafer beetles, Asiatic garden beetle.
These larvae hatch from their eggs in August and start eating the roots the grass in your lawn, left untreated grubs can destroy your lawn. The most popular way to prevent these grubs from destroying your lawn is to apply a preventive insecticide application with a product containing either Imidacloprid or Acelepryn.
Lawn Science uses the Acelepryn product because Acelepryn is friendlier toward pollinators like bees and butterflies. Lawn Science recommends applying grub control from June 15th to July 20th. Water the treatment in the lawn within 2 weeks after the application.
Lawn Science has found protecting lawns from grub damage is much less expensive than repairing a lawn that has been damaged by grub.