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Old 05-24-2013, 10:39 AM
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Naturally you should check for grubs. Turn over 3 one square foot areas and dig down a couple inches and sift through the soil. Severe grub problems are not hard to find. I would not expect grubs. You may see skunk damage from feeding on grubs if they are present. You would also see birds feeding on the grubs and find the "beak probe holes". My mother's lawn had some serious grub damage from last fall--mainly under a big birch tree where the beetles were feeding perhaps.
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