Grubs are hungry little pests that feed on your lawn’s root system. The result is grass that becomes thin and patchy, as roots become weakened. Left untreated, grubs can ruin or even kill your lawn.
Save Your Lawn From Greedy Grubs –Before It’s Too Late
How to Repair a Grub-Ravaged Lawn
Remove any dead, damaged, or dry patches in your lawn and loosen the soil.
Apply Scotts® EZ Seed so the area is mostly covered, but bare ground is still visible and seeds contact the soil.
Give a deep and thorough initial watering, then gently water the area just enough to keep seed moist, not soaked.
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