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Depends what the grubs are, you can get nematodes that kill black keeled slugs, but not sure about vine weevil and leatherjackets.
 
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These are white grubs. I think they turn into June bugs. I would like something I can mix into, or pour onto the soil that will kill them as instantly as possible.
 
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Bacillus thuringiensis;
From the web;
"Though not as popular as milky spore, Bt can also be used to control grubs. Bt is a naturally occurring soil bacterium that, when ingested, acts as a stomach poison that interrupts feeding, and eventually leads to death. Bt is a microbial pestcide and is available at local garden shops."
 
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