Grub Control

Grub Control

Grubs are the C-shaped larvae of Japanese Beetles that nestle in the soil below the thatch layer and feed on the roots of grass. Left untreated, grubs can wipe out your entire lawn.

Does Your Lawn Really Need Grub Control?

Grub control is often over-sold by most lawn care companies. Most lawns will not need a grub control, but if you have had grub damage in the past you should definitely consider having it done.

Sorry...We cant tell you whether or not you will have grub damage. These guys live under the turf, so in order to tell you, we would have to dig up the entire lawn. That's a lot of diggin'.

Grub Control is Like an Insurance Policy for Your Lawn

Keep this in mind when making your decision:
  • 20% of our customers will get a grub control
  • 15% will probably need it
  • 5% will not get a grub control and have some form of damage

We Use "Acelepryn" Insecticide for the Control of Grubs.

Why do we use Acelepryn?

  • First and only grub control product that based on acute toxicology testing was not required by the EPA to include a Signal Word on the label. This means there is no known adverse effect on human health!
  • Low impact on non-target organisms including birds, honey bees, fish and mammals.
  • Classified as reduced risk by the US EPA.
  • 2% will have severe damage.(destruction over more than 50% of the lawn.)

Please call us at 302-633-GREEN (4733) with any questions!

Grub control is twice the cost of a regular lawn care treatment *AS LONG AS IT IS SCHEDULED BEFORE JUNE 20th*

For a price on Lawn Care Treatment, go to our Quick Quote page.

Any Question? Contact us


We Proudly Serve Lawn Care to the following cities:

Delaware Lawn Care: North Wilmington, Greenville, Hockessin, Newark, Pike Creek, Bear, Middletown, Claymont, Townsend, Smyrna, New Castle, Dover, Camden-Wyoming, Clayton, Hartly, Magnolia, Marydel, Fredrica

Pennsylvania Lawn Care: Landenberg, Oxford, Lincoln University, West Grove, Avondale, Kennett Square, Chadds Ford, Bethel, Concord, West Chester, Glen Mills