Grubs, which are larvae of many species of beetles with C-shaped bodies, have tan brown heads and six distinct legs. Larvae, between 3/4- and 2-inches long, destroy the grass root system. Then sections of the lawn in hot areas will often turn brown and pull back from the soil. As grubs are a tasty meal for animals such as racoons, skunks and birds when these animals search for grubs they can cause extensive damage to your turf.
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