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  • One application in the spring or early summer kills and prevents grubs for 4 months, guaranteed
  • Helps prevent root damage caused by insects for a stronger lawn
  • Prevents turf damage by killing grubs when they are young
  • Kills 25% more grub types vs. original GrubEx
  • Scotts products are designed to work with Scotts spreaders
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Amazon [amazon.com] has 14.35-Lb Scotts GrubEx1 Season Long Grub Killer (5000 sq. ft.) for $13.52. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more. > OOS

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Quote from MAK1981 :
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Spectra...s/16630889

I used this stuff on my lawn about a month or so ago. We had some deadening grass that actually went to dirt from all the death. I dug through the dirt and found a lot of dead grubs. So, this stuff did the job, I just waited too long. I'll be applying this early Spring from now on.
Thanks. Ours is only $10.00 for 20lbs in store and treats 25,000sf
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Quote from MAK1981 :
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Spectra...s/16630889

I used this stuff on my lawn about a month or so ago. We had some deadening grass that actually went to dirt from all the death. I dug through the dirt and found a lot of dead grubs. So, this stuff did the job, I just waited too long. I'll be applying this early Spring from now on.
According to this source (Michigan State University Extension) https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/how..._your_lawn
The product you linked doesn't work for grubs
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Products that will NOT kill grubs
Spectracide Triazicide Insect Killer for Lawns - Granular
gamma-cyhalothrin 0.05%
This product will not kill grubs at any rate. This product was tested by MSU for grub control in 2006 and gave identical results as the untreated plots.
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According to this source (Michigan State University Extension) https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/how..._your_lawn
The product you linked doesn't work for grubs
Well, that sucks. I guess they just saw their other friend species die and jumped off the bridge with them Smilie
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This is only like 5% cheaper than Home Depot for the other items...
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Forgive me for not knowing anything but, but why are we getting rid of grubs?
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Anyone know the shelf life of the Walmart bug killer and the amazon grubex in the op?
I'm thinking I'll get them both since the MSU study says the Walmart one doesn't attack grubs but I'm guessing it'll still be useful for the other bugs.

Would probably get an extra set for next spring if it'll hold up until then.
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Need turf builder grass seeds in Texas. Can't find a good deal for southern lawn types. Anyone can recommend? Saw the patch product on sale but it's not recommended for south based on reviews.
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Forgive me for not knowing anything but, but why are we getting rid of grubs?
I believe grubs eat the roots or some other part of the grass which end up yellowing and then killing your grass.
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Forgive me for not knowing anything but, but why are we getting rid of grubs?
I get this because we have lots of moles. Grubs are a favorite mole food so get rid of the grubs and the moles move on.
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Forgive me for not knowing anything but, but why are we getting rid of grubs?
Certain grubs eat the roots, and can destroy an entire section of lawn. The dead turf will peel right off the dirt like new sod. You can also kill them organically with nematodes, which is what I did.
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Today Only! Amazon is offering Miracle-Gro Garden Feeder w/ 1lb Plant Food for just $7.00 (Reg. $17.09) Get free shipping with AmazonPrime or with $25+ purchase.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000P0D...nkCode=as1
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Ortho bugclear is cheaper $9.96 and has more quantity. 10 lbs and treats up to 10,000 sq ft. Perhaps a better deal?
I had the exactly same question. Ortho is $9.96: Ortho BugClear Lawn Insect Killer1: Treats up to 16,500 sq. ft., Protect Your Yard & Garden Against Ants, Spiders, Ticks, Fleas & Grubs, 10 lbs.

At Lowe's Ortho is $7.00
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I had the exactly same question. Ortho is $9.96: Ortho BugClear Lawn Insect Killer1: Treats up to 16,500 sq. ft., Protect Your Yard & Garden Against Ants, Spiders, Ticks, Fleas & Grubs, 10 lbs.

At Lowe's Ortho is $7.00
UofM does not recommend using the Ortho stuff or the Spectracide.
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do i need this for our grass, i mean is this mandatory to maintain our grass in looking great. i just started to care about our backyard grass
Not necessary for maintenance or anything. If you have sections of grass that start dying for no apparent reason, it's probably grubs, and sometimes you can take a small scoop of dirt and see them in there.

I wouldn't get this unless I had an active concern. Which I personally do, and just bought this at home depot for a few bucks more.

Great find!
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Quote from jonp1988 :
do i need this for our grass, i mean is this mandatory to maintain our grass in looking great. i just started to care about our backyard grass
If you had grubs last season I would go ahead and use since there's probably some left dormant. Otherwise I wouldn't recommend using these chemicals as maintenance.
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