What Is a Grub Worm?


Grub worms, also called lawn grubs, white grubs, or curl grubs, are little white pests that live in soil. They are the larval forms of the adult June beetle. They eat the roots of turf grass and ornamental plants. Grub worms are a common cause of lawns turning gray-green or an unattractive brown color. Grub worms also attract predatory animals such as skunks and raccoons, further damaging lawns. These insects can be a gardener's nightmare. There are chemical and natural fertilizers available that can help exterminate grub worm populations.
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Grub worms are the larval stage of beetles. They are commonly found under the ground chewing on the roots of your lawn and decorative plants. You can find more info at: insects.tamu.edu
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