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Grub worms. #13649180 07/29/20 07:01 PM
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When is the best time to put of granules for grub worms? What brand works the best?

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Grubs are fairly easy to control. Want to apply an preventative and a curative. The preventative you want is Chlorantraniliprole - Scotts Grub Ex. I would get it down now. If you have a current infestation you want to put down Trichlorfon - Which is Bio Advance Grub Killer Plus. Make sure the label say it contains Dylox. Lowes carries it. Both products need to be watered in immediately after application.

Here is good article about it from Michigan State.

https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/how_to_choose_and_when_to_apply_grub_control_products_for_your_lawn


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Re: Grub worms. [Re: Barbers Tree] #13649237 07/29/20 07:44 PM
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Thanks Derek, I knew you would know what to use.

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The Bio Advance is in the outside garden center with the fertilizers. For some reason Lowes doesn't have it inside with the other insecticides. At least that is how it is that my Lowes.


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Re: Grub worms. [Re: Derek ๐Ÿ] #13652687 08/01/20 02:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Derek ๐Ÿ
Grubs are fairly easy to control. Want to apply an preventative and a curative. The preventative you want is Chlorantraniliprole - Scotts Grub Ex. I would get it down now. If you have a current infestation you want to put down Trichlorfon - Which is Bio Advance Grub Killer Plus. Make sure the label say it contains Dylox. Lowes carries it. Both products need to be watered in immediately after application.

Here is good article about it from Michigan State.

https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/how_to_choose_and_when_to_apply_grub_control_products_for_your_lawn

Good info Derek. I always used Triazicide but have since moved to Bayer BioAdvanced which is a much better product.


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Re: Grub worms. [Re: Barbers Tree] #13653885 08/02/20 09:03 PM
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If you use Dylox just be sure and water it in WELL like Derek said. It says itโ€™s good for 48 hrs but in our PH and water Iโ€™ve seen studies where it is only effective for 12-18 hrs


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