Dead or sparse patches of lawn – or birds pecking at your turf - could indicate an infestation of these tiny grubs which, if left untreated, can cause widespread damage to your grassed areas. So, if you suspect you have a chafer problem with your lawn, contact the Green Leaves Garden Services team and we can deliver our chafer grub services pronto.
Chafer grubs are the maggots of the chafer beetle, which lay their eggs in late spring amongst the grass on your lawn. The grub is harmless to humans but not so to your turf as they love to eat the grassroots. They also attract the lawn scratching and pecking attention of hungry birds and other wildlife looking for a meal and the eventual result is unsightly, scrubby areas of sparse, yellowing grass and bare soil.