If you have problems with beetles, such as Japanese beetles or June bugs in the early summer, and dead patches of grass appear in your lawn in late summer, you could have grubs. Grubs are the larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles, and chafers, among others. These C-shaped creatures feast on the roots of grass and plants. To find out if you have a problem, peel back a square foot of turf or scrape back the top layer of soil in your garden beds. If you see six or more grubs, it's time for action.

 

Plant It Earth specializes in Grub Control Beneficial nematodes that help control the Grubs in your lawn.
We offer a natural approach to eliminating the grub in your lawn
Preventative grub control products go down before or just as the grubs hatch in spring through early summer or when you see adult beetles flying around. Plant It Earth's biological approach to Grub Control has proven to not only control and eliminate white grubs, but also ensure further prevention of this problem. For   many   years,   the   majority   of   homeowners   have   relied   on conventional   lawn   care   practices   in   order   to   obtain   beautiful, vibrant   landscapes.   This   included   the   use   of   a   harmful   chemical fertilizers,     herbicides     and     pesticides.     Unfortunately,     these practices   have   caused   extensive   damage   by   depleting   our   soils   of beneficial    microbes,    leaving    our    lawns    more    susceptible    to certain    diseases    and    pest    infestation,    especially    the    WHITE GRUB.
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About the Grubs

White grubs eat the root hairs of your grass, making it more difficult to absorb water and uptake nutrients. Birds, skunks and racoons compound the problem by leaving trails of destruction while searching the soil for the grub.

 

Natural Defense

Beneficial nematodes are very aggressive microscopic worms that travel through the soil looking for pest insects in the larva stage. They exist normally in nature but not in sufficient numbers for effective control.

 

We   use   only   Koppert   Terranem   Nematodes   in   our   program   and apply   them   with   our   exclusive   Eco-Tea.   Plant   It   Earth   Eco-Tea   is   a natural    environment    for    the    Nematodes,    providing    an    over abundance    of    available    food    such    as    bacteria    and    fungi.    Our exclusive   biological   approach   ensures   an   incredibly   higher   survival rate     during     transport     and     application,     thus     increasing     the effectiveness of grub control and prevention. It’s also important to remember that applying nematodes to your lawn isn’t a long-term solution to controlling annoying and harmful lawn insects. As with the prevention-is-the-best-cure approach to parasitic nematodes in vegetable gardens, maintaining good cultural practices that create healthy plant and soil environments that discourage insects is the best way to maintain a healthy lawn.

If you have problems with beetles, such as Japanese beetles or June bugs in the early summer, and dead patches of grass appear in your lawn in late summer, you could have grubs. Grubs are the larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles, and chafers, among others. These C-shaped creatures feast on the roots of grass and plants. To find out if you have a problem, peel back a square foot of turf or scrape back the top layer of soil in your garden beds. If you see six or more grubs, it's time for action.

 

Plant It Earth specializes in Grub Control
We offer a natural approach to eliminating the grub in your lawn
TM Beneficial nematodes that help control the Grubs in your lawn.
Preventative grub control products go down before or just as the grubs hatch in spring through early summer or when you see adult beetles flying around. Plant It Earth's biological approach to Grub Control has proven to not only control and eliminate white grubs, but also ensure further prevention of this problem. For   many   years,   the   majority   of   homeowners   have   relied   on   conventional   lawn   care   practices   in   order to   obtain   beautiful,   vibrant   landscapes.   This   included   the   use   of   a   harmful   chemical   fertilizers, herbicides   and   pesticides.   Unfortunately,   these   practices   have   caused   extensive   damage   by   depleting our   soils   of   beneficial   microbes,   leaving   our   lawns   more   susceptible   to   certain   diseases   and   pest infestation, especially the WHITE GRUB.

About the Grubs

White grubs eat the root hairs of your grass, making it more difficult to absorb water and uptake nutrients. Birds, skunks and racoons compound the problem by leaving trails of destruction while searching the soil for the grub.

 

Natural Defense

Beneficial nematodes are very aggressive microscopic worms that travel through the soil looking for pest insects in the larva stage. They exist normally in nature but not in sufficient numbers for effective control.

 

We   use   only   Koppert   Terranem   Nematodes   in   our   program   and   apply   them   with   our   exclusive   Eco-Tea. Plant   It   Earth   Eco-Tea   is   a   natural   environment   for   the   Nematodes,   providing   an   over   abundance   of available   food   such   as   bacteria   and   fungi.   Our   exclusive   biological   approach   ensures   an   incredibly   higher survival   rate   during   transport   and   application,   thus   increasing   the   effectiveness   of   grub   control   and prevention. It’s also important to remember that applying nematodes to your lawn isn’t a long-term solution to controlling annoying and harmful lawn insects. As with the prevention-is-the-best-cure approach to parasitic nematodes in vegetable gardens, maintaining good cultural practices that create healthy plant and soil environments that discourage insects is the best way to maintain a healthy lawn.

If you have problems with beetles, such as Japanese beetles or June bugs in the early summer, and dead patches of grass appear in your lawn in late summer, you could have grubs. Grubs are the larvae of Japanese beetles, June beetles, and chafers, among others. These C-shaped creatures feast on the roots of grass and plants. To find out if you have a problem, peel back a square foot of turf or scrape back the top layer of soil in your garden beds. If you see six or more grubs, it's time for action.

 

Plant It Earth specializes in Grub Control
We offer a natural approach to eliminating the grub in your lawn
Beneficial nematodes that help control the Grubs in your lawn.
Preventative grub control products go down before or just as the grubs hatch in spring through early summer or when you see adult beetles flying around. Plant It Earth's biological approach to Grub Control has proven to not only control and eliminate white grubs, but also ensure further prevention of this problem. For     many     years,     the     majority     of homeowners   have   relied   on   conventional lawn    care    practices    in    order    to    obtain beautiful,      vibrant      landscapes.      This included   the   use   of   a   harmful   chemical fertilizers,     herbicides     and     pesticides. Unfortunately,     these     practices     have caused    extensive    damage    by    depleting our   soils   of   beneficial   microbes,   leaving our    lawns    more    susceptible    to    certain diseases   and   pest   infestation,   especially the WHITE GRUB.

About the Grubs

White grubs eat the root hairs of your grass, making it more difficult to absorb water and uptake nutrients. Birds, skunks and racoons compound the problem by leaving trails of destruction while searching the soil for the grub.

 

Natural Defense

Beneficial nematodes are very aggressive microscopic worms that travel through the soil looking for pest insects in the larva stage. They exist normally in nature but not in sufficient numbers for effective control.

 

We   use   only   Koppert   Terranem   Nematodes in   our   program   and   apply   them   with   our exclusive   Eco-Tea.   Plant   It   Earth   Eco-Tea   is a   natural   environment   for   the   Nematodes, providing   an   over   abundance   of   available food    such    as    bacteria    and    fungi.    Our exclusive    biological    approach    ensures    an incredibly     higher     survival     rate     during transport   and   application,   thus   increasing the    effectiveness    of    grub    control    and prevention. It’s also important to remember that applying nematodes to your lawn isn’t a long-term solution to controlling annoying and harmful lawn insects. As with the prevention-is-the-best-cure approach to parasitic nematodes in vegetable gardens, maintaining good cultural practices that create healthy plant and soil environments that discourage insects is the best way to maintain a healthy lawn.
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