Japanese Beetle Reduction

Japanese Beetles actually start out as grubs and feed on the roots of grasses. In early July the adults emerge, feed, mate and lay eggs. The Japanese Beetle lives about 60 days and a female can lay 60 eggs in this short time.


Japanese Beetles are known for their devestation to trees,shrubs, and flowers. To mimize damage timed applications are applied to your landscape plantings.


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