Here in the second part of our lawn destroyer series we’ll talk a little more about grub worms. Grub worms look like big blobs of snot. Gross. I know. They live underground and actually feed on the roots of your grass. And you know what they say: no root, no grass! It does take a little longer to notice as the grass begins to turn slowly. You can actually go out and pull your grass up in sheets when you have bad grub worm damage. Although at this point, the only fix for your grass is to rake up the dead grass and install new sod. For grubs, we treat with Bifen and sometimes it can take more than one treatment. These guys aren’t as common around here, but they are still a big deal when it comes to destroying lawns. Hope this helps and as always, if you have any questions or think you may have a case of grub worms, let us know!