7 Safe Ways to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles in the Garden
Want to repel Japanese Beetles? Use these tips for how to get rid of Japanese Beetles from your yard and garden. Try these 7 Safe Ways to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles to naturally prevent the beetles from eating your plants without using harsh chemicals on your plants. Includes organic Japanese Beetle repellent ideas.
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This is the first year we have treated our garden for grubs and I am hoping that we see a long term benefit from treating with Milky Spore. Milky Spore is a bacterium that when spread into the soil, begins a cycle that is supposed to eventually get rid of grub worms, especially the dreaded pest, the Japanese beetle. I would love for my green beans NOT to have lacy leaves on the top from Japanese beetles feeding on the leaves and the beans. But there are many benefits of using this product…
How to Stop the Japanese Beetle by Using Homemade Repellents | Hunker
Japanese beetles are easy to spot in a garden. They are metallic-green with copper-colored wings and are about 1/2-inch long. Japanese beetles can cause extensive damage to plants, chewing on leaves and blossoms.The beetles emerge from the ground during early June and are active up to August.
How to Make an Organic Spray for Japanese Beetles | Hunker
Japanese beetles hitched a ride on iris bulbs in the early 1900s from Japan. In their native country they have natural predators that keep the population under control, but in the United States and Canada their population is controlled only by gardeners.
How To - Lawn Care - How to Keep Your Lawn Green in Hot Weather
Gertens offers quality suggestions for how to keep your lawn green in hot, dry weather. Follow our tips to keep your lawn healthy during drought season.