Grubs have eaten my grass - Knowledgebase Question

Herriman, Ut
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Question by amiller2489
April 13, 2010
Late last summer I had a bad case of the grubs destroy my lawn. This year my goal is to bring my grass back. I just had my lawn (dirt patch) fertilized and aereated. How long should I wait to put grub pellets on my grass and re-seed my lawn as well? Any helpful tips would be great!

Answer from NGA
April 13, 2010
You can reseed now. To control the grubs you can treat your lawn with a product like Grubex or Bayer Advanced Season-Long Grub Control granules, applied according to label directions. Grubex should be applied in mid-summer; the Bayer product is time release and can be applied to your lawn a little earlier in the season. Wait until after you've mowed the new grass 2-3 times before applying any grub control product. You want the new grass to establish well.

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