Grub Invasion Alert! Have you noticed unusual grub activity in your lawn lately? It's not your imagination – the return of grub worms is upon us, and it's crucial to understand why this phenomenon is so rare.
Grub Invasion Alert!
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Balanced Enviroments

March 18, 2024

Grub Invasion Alert – Schedule Your Lawn Treatment Today!

Have you noticed unusual grub activity in your lawn lately? It’s not your imagination – the return of grub worms is upon us, and it’s crucial to understand why this phenomenon is so rare.

Typically, grub infestations occur during specific seasons or under certain environmental conditions. However, due to the recent absence of frost and unseasonably warm temperatures in NE Illinois & SE Wisconsin, grubs are becoming unexpectedly active.

This rare occurrence has caught many off guard, but fear not! Balanced Environments, Inc. is here to help. Timing your prevention application is crucial for keeping one of the most destructive insects out of your lawn. If you experienced a very active June beetle season on your property, you can expect a grub infestation the next season. Proper planning can help reduce or eliminate the pending damage.

With our expert knowledge and effective treatments, we can combat these unwelcome guests and protect your lawn from their damaging effects.

Don’t let your lawn suffer the consequences of this rare grub resurgence. Take proactive measures today by submitting your grub control approvals to Balanced Environments, Inc. Our team will ensure timely scheduling for lawn insecticide treatments, providing you with peace of mind and a thriving outdoor space.

Act now to preserve the health and beauty of your lawn. Contact Balanced Environments, Inc. today!

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Grubs rise to surface to
feed on grass roots

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Lawn before and after
grub control

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Enjoy a green and
healthy lawn

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