Originally Posted by Cadzilla
With all the lack of rain this year it's no wonder there are failures. I am seeing them as well.
I don't think it has anything to do with the product. It's about whether it was adequately applied and adequately watered in.
Just like always.
Actually Grub eggs hatch better in wet soil than dry. The eggs take on over 50% of their weight from water as they mature. It has been my experience to have less grubs in dry years and more Grubs in Wet years.
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