What Eats Grubs?

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Grubs, the little buggers that eat your grass roots and other plants, can be killed by a number of things. Birds love grubs, so be sure not to put pesticides down, since a bird will eat the grub and most likely die from it. Milky Spore and predatory nematodes are also good for killing grubs.
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Grub-eating nematodes are classified into two genuses named Heterorhabditis (H) or Steinernema (S) The nematode species most used to kill scarab beetle grubs are H. bacteriophora
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Grubs like to eat the tender stems and underground roots of plants, they especially love to eat grass. Which is why they are not welcome in most yards.
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grubs eat lettuce, garbanzo beans and dead leafs also to give it water one a month for 5 months so it will turn into a bug you want it to be................. grubs eat lettuce, garbanzo
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Grubs eat the roots of grass, lettuce, garbanzo beans and dead leaf...
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