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Grub Control w/o pesticides? Why yes... consider Milky Spore

Many people worry about grubs and grub damage.  We can pick between chemical insecticides or natural methods.  Chemical insecticides work good and are less expensive but some prefer no pesticides and more natural methods.  We can apply Milky Spore in the spring, summer and fall for at least 2 years and this method will help control grubs and grub damage.  
Once grubs are infected they will multiply by several billion times and spread it further.  In  warm climates good control can occur in once to three years... so we recommend at least 2 years of applications done in the spring, summer and fall.  Click here for more info

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