Where Do Grubs Come from?

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Grubs is the term given to the larvae of scarab beetles. Coming from the soil, it climbs on to different parts of the crop causing damage to plants and crops. It is frequently found feeding on the roots of turf and pasture grasses.
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1 Additional Answer
Grubs can come from a variety of beetles! These pudgy little worms are laid by a beetle into the thatch layer of your yard, and then they feed on the the roots of your grass.
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