CANADIAN LAWN GUARDIAN/ Beneficial Nematodes (Kills Lawn Grubs)

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CANADIAN LAWN GUARDIAN/ Beneficial Nematodes (Kills Lawn Grubs) Latin name: Heterorhabditis bacteriophora and Steinernema Spp. Seen on CityLine June, 2010 Are skunks or raccoons digging up your lawn? Do you have large patches of dead grass? These are signs you have lawn grubs. Lawn Grubs are the larval stage of May/June Beetles, Japanese Beetles and European Chafers. Lawn Guardian consists of beneficial nematodes that are microscopic worms which are native to Canada. Lawn Guardian is a mix of two nematodes, one that is close to the surface approximately 3” and one that goes deeper approximately 7”. NIC nematodes are isolated Canadian Strains that are Produced by NIC in Ontario, on a live host. They are fresher, more keyed to Canadian pests and 100% organic. In the spring (May) when soil temperature is 10C (50F) or warmer and grubs are seen in the soil. An application will stop grubs from damaging your grass roots. Apply in autumn (end of August to September) eliminating grubs thus preventing fall and following springs damage. Next years application should be in the fall. 100% Safe for people, pets, plants and even earthworms. The lower mainland In BC is considered a microclimate so if applying nematodes for chafer beetle in this area, the optimal application time is mid July to mid August. This is when the eggs have just hatched and the grubs are at their most vulnerable. Features: Shipped on: Sponge Coverage: 10 million covers 185 m sq. (2000ft sq.) 25 million covers 464m sq. (5000ft sq.) Storage: 8 weeks in refrigeration Please note expiry date! Timing: when grubs are present in soil.
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