Holotrichia consanguinea, Holotrichia serrata
After the completion of the pupae stage, Adult beetles emerge.The adult beetles dig their way out of the soil and move up to the surface. This takes place beginning in early summer lasting for about a month. After the beetle has crawled out of the soil it spends 2-3 weeks mating before laying eggs. The eggs (up to 60 eggs) are buried in the soil during the summer (June – Early August). The Adult beetle is the final stage in the life cycle of the white grub.
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|Pest Control Type||Pheromone|
|Brand||White Grub Lure|
|Packaging Size||1 unit pack|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
After the eggs hatch, tiny 1st instar larvae begin feeding on grass roots close to the surface. feeding continues for several months into late fall. As the larvae mature into 2nd and 3rd instar they grow in size and feed more aggressively. Turf damage can start to become visible if infestation levels are high. Animal digging from skunks and raccoons is also common during an infestation as the grubs are a great food source. The white grub overwinters as a 3rd instar larvae and moves deep into the soil as the ground freezes. When early spring arrives, the larvae move back towards the surface and continue to feed on the roots. This feeding lasts for a short time as the larvae stop feeding and turn into pupae.
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