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Scotts GrubEx1 – Grub Killer for Lawns, Kills White Grubs, Sod Webworms and Larvae of Japanese Beetles & More, Lawn Treatment for Season Long Grub Control, Treats up to 10,000 sq. ft., 28.7 lb.

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One application in the spring or early summer kills and prevents grubs for 4 months, (satisfaction or your money back)
Helps prevent root damage caused by insects for a stronger lawn
Prevents turf damage by killing grubs when they are young
Kills 25 percent more grub types vs original GrubEx
Scotts products are designed to work with Scotts spreaders
Not Sold in HI or in Kings, Nassau, Queens or Suffolk counties of NY state

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Prevent grubs from damaging your lawn with Scotts GrubEx1 Season Long Grub Killer. A single application can stop and prevent grubs all season long. Apply during spring or early summer to kill grubs as they develop. Using Scotts GrubEx1 Season Long Grub Killer annually can also help control Japanese beetle infestations. Easily apply with a Scotts broadcast, drop, handheld, or Wizz spreader and stop grubs before they damage your lawn.

Specification: Scotts GrubEx1 – Grub Killer for Lawns, Kills White Grubs, Sod Webworms and Larvae of Japanese Beetles & More, Lawn Treatment for Season Long Grub Control, Treats up to 10,000 sq. ft., 28.7 lb.

Weight 28.7 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 13.25 × 5 in

8 reviews for Scotts GrubEx1 – Grub Killer for Lawns, Kills White Grubs, Sod Webworms and Larvae of Japanese Beetles & More, Lawn Treatment for Season Long Grub Control, Treats up to 10,000 sq. ft., 28.7 lb.

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  1. The All-Seeing I

    In years when I have the wherewithal to disperse a full 10,000 square foot bag of Scotts GrubEx1 as a one-time application, it annihilates every last grub resting in larvae state beneath my lawn and landscape, never allowing the bug menaces to emerge and tear through every leaf of plant foliage on my grounds. Conversely, if I get lazy and don’t apply it within its narrowly-prescribed seasonal window, my plants get shredded, with the symphonic chomping of Japanese Beetles audible as I tour the carnage. Resign yourself to annual one-and-done use of this best-in-class killer (first week of June is the sweet spot). Avoid edibles like fruits and vegetables, but otherwise apply liberally over lawn AND landscape, as it won’t scorch grass or plants. Water an inch into the turf and garden soil. AND DON’T FORGET TO STILL CHECK FOLIAGE ALL SUMMERS FOR INVADERS BORN IN THE NEIGHBOR’S LAWN! – (Was this “Helpful?” Cheers!)Read more

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  2. MDL

    I had a really bad grub problem in my yard. I used the other stuff homedepot sold me, didnt do anything. My grass was dying, and searched on Amazon for something better and found this. I should have paid attention to the weight of the package, but don’t let that fool you. I dropped this in my spreader, and did a double pass on the affected area on my yard, watered it in, and checked the soil in two days. What I found was a lot of dead grubs. Worth every penny.Read more

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  3. Jesse

    I purchased this from Amazon for a second treatment on my yard for grubs… I recently installed an irrigation system and noticed during the trenching that my yard was infested with grubs… I could never figure out why year after year my lawn would die in large areas… After spending hundreds of dollars with lawn spray companies and getting no results, I realized The grubs are the culprit. I applied GrubEx 4-5 weeks ago initially and watered it in as directed… I worked on installing another irrigation zone a couple weeks after application and found the grubs thriving… I ordered this batch as a second treatment to hopefully wipe them out…. Applied second treatment 8 days ago and went and checked my lawn again today and sure enough, They are still alive and well… Very discouraging! Back to square one!Read more

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  4. Coffee Squirrel

    Seems to have done the trick – last summer, I noticed mole hills and tunnels showing up in the yard, and this spring, they were everywhere. They tunneled under my late mother’s 50-year-old lilac and killed it (I assume they destroyed the root system with their tunnels, because it was perfectly healthy until then). I turned up some sod and found a large number of white grubs, so I knew what needed to be done. (The moles eat the grubs, so that’s why they’re in my yard, and my neighbors have them too.) I had my lawn guy spread this product on the lawn in the spring this year, and so far, I’ve only seen one or two new mole hills all spring/summer (so far), compared to about 20 when this started. This will be part of my normal spring/fall yard prep from now on.Read more

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  5. Jimbo

    Spread it out in the lawn, watered it, and then immediately it poured rain and continued to rain some amount each day for at least a week. After it stopped raining went outside and checked and there were the pellets still, sitting on the surface. It had been SUPER wet that week, so it was nuts they hadn’t dissolved. I soaked them again with the hose. Tons more rain in the coming days, still didn’t dissolve. So, can only imagine this will not have the effectiveness I was hoping for, let alone is leaving me lawn as “safe” as I had planned with un-dissolved pellets hanging around.Read more

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  6. Ryan and Kara

    We had a mole problem over the last two years living in our home. After we applied grub killer we had MUCH less of a problem the following spring and summer. Does not hurt the moles but does remove their food source.Read more

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  7. T. Miller

    Seems to work to kill off those stupid white grubs that kill lawns. Please read the directions because most likely you are shopping for this after your lawn is already damaged. Its too late at that point and you need to wait until next year to attack. I went ahead and applied a little post damage but I intend to wage a out right war with those suckers come next year. If there are any grub spys reading this, you will pay.Read more

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  8. Fluffy

    I’ve used this stuff for several years and it works well to help keep moles away. Fast shipping, only 3-4 days.Read more

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