Milky Spore for your lawn?

A friend was looking to purchase some lawn care products. While shopping at her local home store another customer warned her against using chemicals for grubs and suggested milky spore as a safer alternative. What the heck is milky spore?
It’s a bacteria (Bacillus popilliae) that dwells in the soil, which has been identified as a disease that specifically attacks grubs from the Japanese beetle. Products that contain the spores are approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and they are sold specifically to help rid lawns of grubs.

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