Best way to quickly get rid of grub worms in my lawn

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  • COCO COCO on Apr 27, 2018
    . go to HARDWARE STORE AND GET SOD WEB WORM TREATMENT. iF THESE ARE sod web worms (little white moths flying up when you walk, they are the offspring of SOD WEB WORMS) which will destroy your lawn. yOU MAY HAVE TO USE TWO TREATMENTS, enough in bag for this.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Apr 27, 2018
    there is no quick way.Apply a grub control two times a year and supplement it with castor oil

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Apr 27, 2018
    There are lots of ways, but this You Tube video is really great to tell you how to do it and SHOWS you how:



  • Amy Ogden-Paparone Amy Ogden-Paparone on Apr 27, 2018
    Hi Dot,
    Natural Solutions For Getting Rid of Grub Worms
    Using Milky Spore on your lawn is a natural way to kill grub worms. Just spread on your lawn and milky spore can kill grub worms for up to 10 years.
    To offset the damage caused by the grub worms, keep your vegetable garden or lawn watered. Abundant water will help the damaged roots easily absorb water.
    Robins and other songbirds love grub worms. Have them in your vegetable garden and you will have to worry less about those pests. This is probably the best long-term solution you have. Encouraging these birds to your garden area is recommended to reduce grub worm populations.
    Grub worms are serious pests especially to those vegetable gardening enthusiasts. These solutions will help you get rid, or at least keep the grub worms under control. You don’t have to worry about contaminating your garden with chemicals since you won’t need any at all. This is the easiest way I've found and the fact that it keeps them away for up to 10 years is even better!!! Good Luck and hope your lawn looks gorgeous for years to come!

  • Leo brooks Leo brooks on Apr 28, 2018
    Why would you want to do that??? They make the soil more fertile

  • Kim Kim on Apr 28, 2018
    if using chemicals isn’t an issue, flea and tick granuals do well.

  • Dcassady1 Dcassady1 on Apr 28, 2018
    Borrow your neighbors chickens a couple times a year! You will get rid of lots of bugs that way! Fleas, ticks, grubs, and usually local governments allow you a few chickens. I never see poop, or get eggs, from my neighbors chicks