Natural Grub and Flea Control

by Admin, on January 1, 2012

White Grubs, which are the larvae of Beetles (Japanese, Masked Chafer, etc.), lay eggs in the soil during the summer. Grubs emerge and start feeding on your lawn in the early Fall. Sadly, by the time grub activity is discovered, the damage has already been done. The lawn will brown out quickly and pull up like carpeting due to extensive root damage. The cost to replace a damaged lawn could be expensive.

We can help. Good Nature uses naturally-occurring and non-toxic microorganisms, called nematodes, which feed on turf-damaging insects. Here’s a bonus…university studies have proved that the more good nematodes you have, the fewer turf damaging insects and the fewer weeds you’ll have!



Our all natural grub treatment is the environmentally safe way to go. Did you know that the popular chemical grub treatments have been linked to the death of thousands of birds and the collapse of the honeybee colonies?

Japanese Beetle Lifecycle
Natural Grub and Flea Control

Here's a video produced by the Ohio State University with information about Nematodes featuring Alec McClennan, founder of Good Nature Organic Lawn Care



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