White grubs are the larval or grub stage of several species of weevils and chafers beetles. These larvae are usually C-shaped and are typically cream-colored with a brown head capsule. White grubs can be particularly damaging to lawns and turf grasses and certain other ornamental trees and shrubs in the urban landscape.
Evidence of white grub infestation often appears as brown patches in lawns due to root damage.
There are specific natural enemies and solutions for different grubs.
For more information contact your local BioBee field agent.