The Q&A Archives: Lawns

Question: My lawn was dying slowly since 2-3 years ago.
I looked bear ground very closely found out underground dirt was up, look like something(warms or small animal?) passed through ground constantly differant spot and lawn roots was infected(?) or damaged somehow.
Would you let me know how can i treat this problem?

Answer: Your lawn may have a population of grubs but I don't know for sure. Try digging up a square of green lawn, roots and all and looking at the roots. Grubs are fat and white and will be found hanging from the roots or on the soil where you dug up the lawn. If you find them you can use a grub killer such as Grubex to get rid of them. Best wishes with your lawn!

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