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I found one white curl grub near roots of a Cousin It which had died - it was planted 5 months ago.

There are 29 other Cousin It which have grown well but now seem to be getting 'brown' and I am worried they may also be affected by curl grub. I cannot really dig them all up to check. Is there any pesticide or anything else I can apply to the soil that will kill possible grubs but not the plant? Many thanks

Australian Natives • Pests

Hi Ian,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

Unfortunately, we don't have any registered product for the purpose. However, look into 'eco-neem'. It's registered for the control of a broad range of insects includingcurl grubs in garden beds. Click here for more info:

Hope this helps and happy gardening :)



Answered: 9 Mar, 2021

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