Maybe I rode this horse to death, but......... This is the worst grub worm outbreak I have seen in 20 years here, and Omaha is being hit hard as well. Five weeks ago, we started seeing grub damage on untreated lawns (those who did not receive Merit this summer). We have been treating 3 to 8 lawns per day since then for grubworm damage actively occurring. Yesterday, I treated five lawns for these buggers.......two of these had varments plowing up turf as well. Some grubworms were nearly fully grown, yet we are still finding small grubworms as small as 1/2 inch (tiny---late hatch). Gone through eighty bags of Dylox so far, just ordered another twenty bags, cuz we expect activity (damage) to continue through early November. Here's the oddity......check out http://www.whoradio.com/pages/shows/gardeningtoday/ This morning I listened to this radio show that entertains phone calls from consumers. The show is hosted by State extension experts. A caller complained that his yard was being torn up by racoons, and he saw dozens of grubworms in the soil. The lady on WHO radio said..."I'm sure it's drought damage". "it's too late to treat for annual white grubworms because their lifecycle is over." She also guessed that most current grub damage is ocurring on ryegrass (not kentucky bluegrass). Thank God it was not Mohammed Khan that made this comment (the male person on the show), cuz he is a recent ISU professor, and I'm sure he knows better, cuz grubworms are chompin' hard right now on cool-season turf..especially Kentucky bluegrass. Our local LESCO is now running low on Dylox inventory, and they are selling as fast as they can get it in. rscvp. Thanks.