1.4 kg Bag
A grub is the larvae of a beetle species, such as the masked chafer, European chafer, or Japanese beetle.
Typical lawn grubs are white, and C-shaped.
Grubs feed on grass roots and organic matter in the soil, resulting in turf damage.
The grub lifecycle consists of 4 stages: Egg, Larva, Pupa and Adult.
Grubs feed on the roots of turf and landscape.
Turf becomes thin and patchy, as roots become weak.
Scavenger animals (such as raccoons and skunks) dig up turf to feed on the grubs– leaving holes or patches torn out.
Scotts Grub BGon Max is effective based on the following:
Controls a number of beetle grubs, preventing damage to turf
Specific grub pests include: Asiatic garden beetle, Black turfgrass ataenius, European chafer, Green June beetle, Japanese beetle, May or June beetles, Northern masked chafer, Oriental beetle, Southern masked chafer, Annual bluegrass weevil larvae
No refrigeration required