Japanese beetles

Pamela Slate pslate22@yahoo.com
Sun, 20 Jun 2010 15:19:20 PDT
Beneficial nematodes should do the job.  See this link where Japanese beetles are first on the list:  http://www.hydro-gardens.com/what_they_attack.htm

They've eliminated cucumber and flea beetles in my garden and probably countless other unseen nuisances.  I get them from this source and repeat apply every time I import new dirt and compost into the raised planters.  I use the double strains.

Good luck!

 Pamela Slate
P.O. Box 5316
Carefree AZ 85377 

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Subject: [pbs] Japanese beetles

I don't want to cast a jinx on my house but we don't have the buggers here.  I treated my lawn 20 years ago and haven't seen a one since.  I used BT mixed with water and sprayed over the lawn.




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