No one does Grub Control like Lawn Pride

Kick grub damage to the curb!

Grubs are the larvae of beetles. They love to eat the roots of your grass, causing unsightly damage. Our Grub Control Application prevents grub damage and includes a special guarantee and warranty.

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Please note that your application schedule is subject to change. Our experience and expertise with Indiana seasons, weather, and conditions enable us to determine the best timing for each application.


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Grub Control

Our preventative Grub Control Application is applied between May and September and will save you from costly repairs due to grub damage. These tiny creatures may seem harmless, but if gone untreated, grubs can do major damage to your turf. This is why Lawn Pride recommends adding our preventative grub application to your lawn care program.



If you have grub damage after taking our preventative grub application, we will not only come back and retreat your lawn, but we will also repair your lawn back to its prior condition at no additional charge. Our preventive application also includes lawn watering instructions, so that together we can kick those grubs to the curb!


Understanding is Half The Battle

It’s important to understand that everyone will have grubs in their lawn at some point in the season. These tiny creatures begin damaging lawns around late summer to the early fall months. These plump, white C-shaped worms may seem harmless but can become a problem when you get an abundance of them in a small area. Grubs feed on your lawns root system. Most grub damage starts to appear in the fall. Luckily, there are some signs you can look for to remedy a grub problem before too much damage is done.

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  1. Beetles
    Grubs are the larvae of various beetle species, including the Japanese beetle and the popular June Bug. In Mid-June, beetles start to emerge from the ground and feed on leaves, flowers, and other types of vegetation it finds. If you notice increased beetle activity around your home or in your landscaping, then you may be more susceptible to grub damage in your lawn later in the season. Beetles begin mating in late summer and lay their eggs underground to start the vicious cycle of grub infestation once again.
  1. Dead Grass
    Grubs munch at the grass’s root and since the root system is the lawn’s lifeline, providing water and essential nutrients, your lawn cannot survive without it. Most often, grub damage can be easily spotted if your grass starts turning brown and doesn’t green up, despite all the watering or rain it receives. If these dead patches start showing up during the summer or early fall, especially if you regularly water your lawn, then the culprit could most likely be grubs.
  1. The Carpet-Roll Method
    The last, but the most definite way of telling if you have grubs is the carpet-roll method. If you suspect you have a grub infestation, then gently lift the affected area. If the grass easily lifts and rolls in one piece, then your issue is probably caused by grubs. Grubs are classified as a below-ground insect and only consume grassroots while keeping the grass leaves, stems, and thatch intact, making the issue relatively simple to diagnose.

If you begin to experience any of the above signs throughout the summer, it’s best to take action as soon as you can. If your lawn is showing signs of grub damage, we also offer a curative grub application to stop any further damage. So, if you suspect a grub problem, contact Lawn Pride today to finally put a stop to the grub cycle once and for all!

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Knowledgeable Staff

Our experienced and knowledgeable staff can answer any of your lawn care questions and provide you with helpful turf tips; so that together we can make your lawn look its best.