Grub Control

Grubs are prevented by applying granular soil insect control in late spring or by mid-summer.  Grubs eat at the roots of the grass causing the grass to die out and turn brown.  Grubs are the larva of Japanese beetles.  As the weather cools, most grubs burrow deeper into the soil for the winter.  They then return to the surface to feed as the soil warms in the spring.  

Applying this grub control will stop the grubs from pupating into adult Japanese beetles hence stopping the grub control problem before it recycles for another season.