Turfgrass Disorder: White Grubs
Author(s) R. C. Williamson, P. J. Pellitteri.
White grubs feeding on the turfgrass roots can cause either irregular patches or uniformly thin, droughty turf that looks dead. Affected turf often looks like it lacks moisture, even after adequate irrigation or rainfall. Find out more about the signs and symptoms of white grub manifestation as well as tips on preventing and controlling damage by reading this helpful publication (4 pages; 2004).Download