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Got Grubs?

By | September 15th, 2009|Garden Pests, Lawn Care|

Trying to figure out why you have brown, dying patches in your lawn? It’s possible that you have a white grub infestation. White grubs are insect larvae that feed on the roots of sunny, well-watered lawns during the spring and fall months. They do considerable damage to the root system, causing large, brown areas of dead grass. Untreated lawns [...]

The Rise of The Japanese Beetles

By | July 7th, 2009|Garden Pests|

July is Japanese Beetle Hunting Time   Start looking for Japanese beetles in your flower garden. These destructive pests are becoming very numerous in the North Shore. Not only will they eat all sorts of flowers during July and August but, their grubs will live in the lawn and, by eating grass roots, cause severe [...]