How to Kill Japanese Beetles on Green Beans?

Answer Japanese beetles feed off of fruit and vegetable plants, leaving a lace-like pattern in the leaves that they eat. They are very easy to see as the adult is one-half-inch long, round and of a protot... Read More »

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How to Kill Japanese Beetles?

Japanese beetles are a detriment to anyone's garden, as the adult beetles can consume the leaves and flowers of numerous types of plants. The larvae, which are called white grubs, feast on the plan... Read More »

Natural Way to Kill Japanese Beetles?

Japanese beetles came into the United States in 1916, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. They aren't a problem in Japan because natural predators keep their numbers down. The... Read More »

Do Japanese Beetles Kill White Geranium or All Geraniums?

Japanese beetles are notorious for doing an estimated $450 million worth of damage to the agricultural business each year. But geraniums, including white geraniums, may help to kill Japanese beetle... Read More »

Do Japanese beetles kill a tree after they have infested it?

Japanese Beetles can kill young trees, but they usually only cause severe damage to the leaves. Adult beetles feed on leaves and flowers, while beetles in their grub stage feed on roots under the ... Read More »