White Grubs are a common problem throughout our local communities and typically found in the lawn during last spring, early summer, or even into the fall. They come from beetle larvae and are called white grubs because the larvae are white and have six tiny legs. They can be a disastrous pest to your lawn and can cause major damage to your landscape. The earliest way to tell if you have a grub problem is to notice if birds are continuously poking holes into the ground. There a different solutions to your grub problems via the use of pesticides and treatment of lawn.
Please visit http://www.uri.edu/ce/factsheets/sheets/whitegrub.html for more treatment information.