Kill adult japanese beetles
Cliff Sadof After over a decade of low numbers, Japanese beetles have once again become one of the more important problems in Indiana landscapes. Although the reasons for this resurgence is unclear, part of the story is that for the past few years there has been enough moisture in the soil during the mid summer egg laying period to allow most of the beetle eggs to hatch into grubs. These grubs flourished and grew into the adult beetles that emerged the following year. By now, you should be seeing damage from Japanese beetles if they are going to cause a problem this year. Japanese beetles rarely if ever uniformly infest a landscape.
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Basswood Once these pests get in your yard they can eat every leaf off of your trees. This insect spreads very quickly and reproduces in mass. Its larvae is about the size of a dime and feeds on the roots of your lawn. That makes this pest a double edged sword. Treatment Many methods of treatment are available. The most common and effective method of treatment is spraying.
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Japanese Beetles – Start Preventing Next Year’s Crop Today
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There are three species of European cockchafers: The common cockchafer, Melolontha melolontha The forest cockchafer, Melolontha hippocastani The large cockchafer, Melolontha pectoralis , rarer and less widespread than the other two species. The two species can best be distinguished by the form of their tail end: Both have a brown colour. Close up of a male cockchafer, showing the seven "leaves" on the antennae Male cockchafers have seven "leaves" on their antennae , whereas the females have only six.
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