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Japanese Beetle info - While Japanese beetles eat hundreds of different plants, they do tend to avoid: Arborvitae, Boxwood, Dogwood Firs, Hemlock, Holly, Junipers, Lilac Magnolia Oaks, Pines, Redbud, Red maple Rhododendron. If Japanese beetle infestations are light, pick them off the plants by hand and drop them into a bucket of soapy water. Pesticides - Some ingredients to look for on pesticide packaging include carbaryl, acephate, and permethrin.
how to get rid of Japanese beetles on plants: fill a pint-size spray bottle with warm water, about 3 tsp of garlic powder, 2 tsp of cayenne pepper, a couple of squirts of dish soap and a little under a 1/4 cup of vegetable oil. Spray on bushes.
Japanese Beetle Killer. Natural pyrethrum for quick and easy kill of Japanese Beetles.
japanese beetle management in minnesota
We do many of these... feed them bugs we find (especially japanese beetles!), let them forage in the compost, and allow them to free range (especially in the woods), but (is it sick of me?) I love the idea of a road-kill bucket!!
How to control japanese-beetle-bug
Shake branches of infested plants over a bucket of soapy water to kill adult Japanese beetles.
Ingredients for beetle repellent 1½ gallon spray bottle Warm water 3 teaspoon of garlic powder 2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, ¼ cup of liquid dish soap ¼ cup of vegetable oil