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Question by  vironian1938 (18)

What causes a lawn to have grub worms?


Answer by  joshandeleisa (331)

Lawn grubs are normally in the shallower areas of your lawn. Compacted soil, where the grass roots are only 2-3 inches deep are more likely to have grubs. This is because the roots are what they feed on. Another cause is thin soil that does not have much organic matter to help control the grubs movement.


Answer by  cangel818 (981)

Grub words are the larvae of a a number of insects from Japanese beetles to June bugs. If you have a lot of bugs in your area you will have a lot of larvae. Apparently, nice lawns attract insects and grub worms. Be aware of the insects in your area and stop them before they lay eggs.


Answer by  Srfingfreak (697)

Grub worms are often the larvae of the common June bug. These grubs serve to decompose matter in the soil and can be beneficial in some settings.


Answer by  jeffjonesrock (42)

Lawns tend to have grub worms due to the fact that they thrive in the soil beneath grass. They are hard to eliminate but there are many options in treating your lawn for them.

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