White grubs are soil-dwelling larvae of certain scarab beetles. They feed on the roots of turfgrass and other plants, destroying the plants ability to absorb and transport water and nutrients. White grubs are pudgy, off-white larvae with a brown head and typically are bent in the shape of the letter "C." Full-grown length varies from 3/4 to 1 inch. The white grubs that routinely damage lawns in Indiana are called annual white grubs because they have one generation per year and take one year to complete their life cycle of egg, larva, pupa, and adult.
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