Larva stages of many insects are called White Grubs. They are white-colored, C-shaped and have soft plump bodies, six small legs and tiny brown heads. They are mostly between ½ inch and 2 inches long in size.
They are found just below top of the soil and feed on roots of grass and plants damaging your yard, causing your grass and plants to brown and die eventually if the infestation is severe.
The most common White Grubs in US lawns are Japanese beetle larvae and June bug larvae. White Grubs survive the winter in larval stage and start feeding again in spring.
Indications of white grub damage in your yard include frequent visits of birds, opossums, raccoons and skunks in your yard to feed on those Grubs. Dead brown spots in your yard are also another indication of White Grub Infestation.
You can test if you have White Grub infestation by digging up one-foot cube of soil in your yard and checking the soil for White Grubs wearing gloves. Depending on how many grubs you can find you can decide the severity of the infestation.
If you find only a couple of White Grubs you can try using Neem sprays as a natural method to get rid of them. If the infestation is severe you can use DO IT YOURSELF PROFESSIONAL PESTICIDES to get rid of them.
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