What Can I Use to Kill Grubs & Chinch Bugs?

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There are a few different things that you can use to effectively kill grubs and chinch bugs in your lawn. Find out what you can do to kill grubs and chinch bugs with help from an expert on green pest control in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hello. I'm Louise Hodges of GreenBugAllNatural.com. What if you asked the question, what can I use to kill grubs and chinch bugs? Well I've got the solution for you. Just so that you know what to look for between the two different pests, both of them cause brown looking turf. Typically, the chinch bug causes browning right along the edges of sidewalks. Whereas the grubs cause brown patches in the middle of the turf. That way you can distinguish which is which. But regardless the solution to take care of both of them, I recommend Green Bug for Outdoors. Green Bug for Outdoors is a completely eco-friendly green solution for pest control. It uses the active ingredient for cedar, just like cedar chests and cedar closets where you never see a bug. And that is because cedar is deadly to pests but it's harmless to humans, animals and the environment. So what I have done is taken the Green Bug and put some of it in this pump sprayer here. So I'm going to pump it up a little bit and then start actually spraying. As you can see it goes down very very quickly. And what it does is it creates an inhospitable environment for the chinch bugs and the grubs in order to lay their eggs, which means you're never going to have them in the future. If you have them this will kill it and if you don't then it will prevent them. So I recommend that you use Green Bug for Outdoors. So if you ask the question, what can I do to kill grubs and chinch bugs, the answer is Green Bug for Outdoors. I'm Louise Hodges of GreenBugAllNatural.com, and thank you for watching.


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