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Insect & Grub Management For Your Lawn

Insects and grub worms can undermine even the best and healthiest of landscapes. As if grub worm damage and insect damage weren’t pest enough on their own, their presence can attract moles which can wreak havoc on your lawn. At SavaLawn, the lawn care division of SavATree, professional lawn care experts can identify and apply insect and grub worm treatment if an infestation already exists, but they also will work to prevent this problem by developing a comprehensive lawn care program that includes grub management.

The key to quality insect management is to inspect your lawn regularly in order to spot unwanted insect populations early. Your lawn care specialist may recommend a program that integrates both curative insect and grub treatments and preventive measures in order to maintain maximum insect and grub management in your lawn and garden.

Insect management in lawns and gardens requires extensive knowledge and experience dealing with common lawn insects and grubs. A lawn care specialist has the expertise necessary to help you develop an insect management program that addresses your personal preferences and integrates carefully timed and targeted insect management treatments into your lawn care program.

White grubs and chinch bugs typically cause the most damage to lawns.

White Grubs

The most widespread and destructive pests in the Northeastern United States. They damage grass by chewing the roots. The only solution is often a professional grub management service.

Chinch Bugs

Also prevalent in the Northeast, Chinch bugs use their piercing mouths that they use to suck sap and inject toxins into the crowns and stems of grass. They attack a variety of grasses including Kentucky bluegrass, fine fescues, perennial ryegrass, bentgrass, and zoysia.

Call today for a complimentary consultation from our fully trained and certified professionals for insect and/or grub management, lawn care and complete lawn and garden services from SavaLawn.