Thanks for the info guys. Grubs are not really a problem here, or at least they haven't been.
Certainly not a pest I have ever applied a preventative for like is done in the northeast or even Florida.
I only had a handful of cases late summer/early fall last year but all required Dylox to control and none of them had much time to recover from the damage.
My thought is they are likely to target these lawns again this season and I might be able to prevent damage again this year
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