Is milky spore harmful for a vegetable garden?

Answer On One Hand: Milky SporeMilky spore is a bacterium that kills the Japanese beetle, its larvae and other grubs. Milky spore is does not affect vegetables and beneficial insects and birds, making it ... Read More »

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Are mothballs harmful in the area of your vegetable garden?

Mothballs, which are made out of either naphthalene or paradichlorobenzene, should not be used in vegetable gardens. Mothballs are considered pesticides, and using them in a manner that does not ad... Read More »

What is milky spore?

Japanese beetles are responsible for the destruction of a large range of garden plants. While chemical-based insecticides are initially successful in controlling this pest, more planet-friendly met... Read More »

Does milky spore regenerate?

Milky spore attacks the grubs of Japanese beetles in lawns, around fruit trees and in flower gardens. Only one application of milky spore powder is necessary because it will continue to multiply as... Read More »

How long does milky spore last?

One application of milky spore can maintain its effectiveness for 15 years or longer. Milky spore is a naturally occurring bacterium used to combat Japanese beetle grubs. The bacterium works exclus... Read More »