Japanese Beetles and Grubs Hancock MD Lawn Care Service and Tree and Shrub Care Washington County Maryland
Local Lawn Care Service Grosh's Lawn Service Offers Advice on Japanese Beetles
The Japanese Beetles will be at work this year eating away certain types of trees and shrubs here in the Hancock MD area.
You will want to keep an eye out on your roses, crape myrtles, plum trees, grapes and other ornamental species of trees and shrubs that attract the Japanese Beetles.
Did you know the Japanese Beetles feed on over 275 species of plants here in Washington County Maryland?
With the mild winter we had here in the Hancock MD area you should give serious thought to adding a grub control to your lawn care treatment program from Grosh's Lawn Service.
It all starts when the Japanese Beetle emergences in mid-June and peaks in mid July and remain active for 4-6 weeks. If you find a area heavy with Japanese Beetles there is a strong likelihood this will be an area with a heavy grub population later in the season.
Beetle eggs hatch in 10 short days and then the grubs begin feeding on the roots of the grass.
Do not wait contact Karen and Tom Grosh of Grosh's Lawn Service today at https://www.groshslawnservice.com/ to protect your trees, shrubs and lawn from the Japanese Beetles and Grubs this year here in the Hancock MD community and Washington County Maryland.
Grosh's Lawn Service has been faithfully serving the Hancock MD community and Washington County Maryland since 1990.
Thank you for trusting Grosh’s Lawn Service to care for your lawn and landscaping!