Posted this over in the general landscaping forum, but thought I'd get some of your opinions as well, thanks guys. I have had several customers in the past few weeks, whos lawns have suffered from grub damage. I'm assuming it happened last summer or fall (they weren't lawn customers at that time). Now they want me to take care of the grubs, and make their lawn come back. I've searched the boards and asked around and it is my understanding dylox, does not affect new seed and it should be safe to use in combination, do you guys agree?? Secondly, is now really the right time to treat for grubs?? Sodding is out of the question, and the lawns are both in the condition that allows them to easily be pulled up and leave nothing but dirt exposed, so I would probobly put down some add some fresh top soil, and then seed. Overall I'm curious if 1) Grub control and seed can be used at the same time? 2) Would grub control have an effect right now? Thanks in advance? I'm pretty good with most lawn treatments, but grubs always leaves me with a few questions.