Yes. Generally, the best time to spray for grubs is mid-summer, when the larvae will be feeding near the surface. However, if you’re getting regular soil temperatures of 60* F, then check the soil for grubs near the surface. If the soil is too cold, it will be difficult for the spray to work in and kill the grubs, especially large ones. You’ll have much better luck with the larvae and warm soil. You can find out more at the attached link.
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