Grub Worms

Eastern moleMoles are the most common lawn pests in the Memphis area, and they are attracted to your lawn by smaller pests called grub worms. Grub worms live in the soil beneath your lawn and, if they are not eaten by moles, they chew on your grass roots.

If you had moles feeding on grub worms last year, chances are they will return. Grubs don’t disappear on their own. They should be treated before damage begins to appear, or as soon as they are discovered.

Grub wormAs the soil warms in the spring, grubs will return to the surface to feed on your grass roots, causing severe damage this fall. Optimum time for prevention is June through July.

Are you ready to eliminate the grub worms in your yard and send the moles packing? Use the form below to request a free estimate, or give us a call at 385-1202.

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