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Out visiting lawn care customers and inspecting lawns today

Found some tiny grubs. At this size - they have only recently hatched from eggs. The adults are presumably European chafer. White grub larvae could also come from the eggs of Japanese beetle. Usually, though, Japanese beetles don't lay their eggs until later in August and are not likely to have hatched yet.

You can see that compared to the size of a penny, the grub larva is still very small.

Baby Grubs can still damage lawns

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