Be prepared! The Japanese Beetle has been spotted in in the Midwest.
Japanese Beetles are not picky about what they eat and can cause a great deal of damage in a short period of time. They chew on almost 300 different varieties of plants. Some favorites include asparagus, fruit trees, raspberries, grapes, maple trees, birch trees and roses, but will also feast on many other varieties of plants, trees and shrubs.
Controlling Japanese Beetles
Earl May’s Eight is a very efficient spray that is labeled for the use on a wide range of plants. It is available in ready-to-use sizes as well as concentrates.
Want more information? Check out our Youtube video on Japanese Beetles!