Grand Rapids Grub Control

Perfection Lawn Care provides Grub Control to Grand Rapids, Michigan to protect your lawn.  Skunks, Raccoons, and moles love to eat grubs. If you are like us, you want to keep this food source out of your lawn to prevent damage.

What are Grubs?

Grubs are essentially beetles that are still in the larvae stage. If you live in Grand Rapids, the beetles you have to worry about are the Japanese Beetles, European Chafer, and the June Beetle. Grubs are very common in lawns in Grand Rapids. Chances are, you have them in your lawn right now. In small amoutns, grubs cannot do much damage. However, when lawns become infested with grubs, they can do a lot of damage.

Grub Control Diagram

When should Grub Control be Applied?

Beetles lay their eggs around mid-June and they hatch around the beginning of August. For the best results, grub control should be applied between those two time frames.

Key Benefits of Grub Control

Preventative Grub Control is a very good safety precaution for any lawn, not just those whose lawn are infested with grubs.

  • Helps keep grubs eating rodents out of your lawn
  • Prevents grub infestation which can potentially ruin your lawn
  • Helps prevent moles (moles eat almost 100% of there body weight each day. If they do not have anything to eat they will leave!)