If they eat the roots why wouldn't that kill the plant. Is it that they do
not eat the top most part of the roots because they are not at the surface.
So if I lift a plant and see roots one inch long, I might still suspect
:) Do grubs kill the lawn. I know they attract varmints like voles that do kill
:) parts of a lawn, but do grubs themselves eat the grass or roots?
The way you can tell grub damage to the lawn is the dead area is
basically sitting on the soil like a throw rug. You will be to pick it
right up. All I have seen has been in areas of the lawn rather than the
entire lawn...probably a 6'x 10' section is the largest I have seen.
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