5 Best Working Ways to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles! – RyanWildlife

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HOW TO GET RID OF JAPANESE BEETLES (Without Calling In B-52 Strikes!) By: Norm Rasmussen

This is what works for me in getting rid of Japanese Beetles from my raspberry bushes: Chili Pepper or Cayenne Pepper and water spray … putting it down either BEFORE the scout beetles show up, or the moment they show up.

I’m going to make a NEW video this summer (2017) about this topic, because I didn’t do a very good job explaining things on THIS one. I apologize for that.

On the NEXT video I make, I’m going to talk more about the importance of getting the HOT PEPPER spray on the raspberry leaves BEFORE the first beetle SCOUTS show up, (which here in southern Michigan is usually the last week of June). Some beetle SCOUTS simply come up out of the ground underneath the raspberry plants, and THESE scouts you want flying off to find food and a breeding ground ELSEWHERE. Other beetle scouts fly in from parts unknown, and so you want to persuade them as well to look ELSEWHERE for a food source.

(Regarding roses: I don’t grow roses so I don’t know if HOT PEPPER spray will harm the leaves/flowers of roses or not.)

HOW TO KILL JAPANESE BEETLES | ORGANICALLY

HOW TO KILL JAPANESE BEETLES | ORGANICALLY

HOW TO KILL JAPANESE BEETLES ORGANICALLY
Japanese beetles are a small bug that is a big threat to hundreds of different species, it is one of the major insect pest in the Eastern United States. Japanese beetles can do monumental damage to crops each year. You can identify the Japanese beetles by their metalic looking blue-green heads, copper backs, tan wings and about 1/2 inch in length. These japanese beetles emerge from the soil as adult beetles and begin feeding on around 300 different kinds of plants, usually roses, beans, grapes, raspberries, etc. Around June is when this starts happening,. IBe watching for sheletonized leaves, meaning only the veins of the leaves are remain. I suggest many ways to get rid of japanese beetles, including hand picking them off of plants and flowers, using neem oil, using a dropcloth method , orgainc insecticides, something i call the fruit cocktail method, but what i failed to suggest is using Geraniums as a bait plant that will attract the Beetles and allow your more expensive plants to be protected as you kill the beetles on the geraniums. Also if your roses bushes are swarmed with japanese beetles, nip off the buds of the rose bush until the threat has passed. You can introduce Milky Spore in to your lawn to help control grub worms that become japanese beetles for up to 10 years. Also try companion planting garlic, rue, or tansy near your plants that you want to save, be sure that your plant is companion friendly with the suggested plants. Last but not least you can try attracting parastic wasps to do the work for you, in this case the wasp would be very beneficial as a japanese beetle insect killer. Along those same lines, you can drench your turf grass with parastic nematodes (heterorhabditis species) to control the larvae, that turn into grub worms and eventually japanese beetles. Very last organic method i can think of at the moment to organically kill japanese beetles is to mix 2 tablespoons of baby shampoo into 1 gallon of water and apply this solution on to your lawn per 1000 square feet, during late spring or fall when the beetles are still grub worms and once you spray the lawn the grub worms will surface to the top of the soil, once the grub worms surface i usually attract more birds by throwing out a few pieces of bread on the lawn to attract the birds to come and eat the bread and the grubs.

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Spectracide® Solutions | Japanese Beetle Control

Damaged leaves or plants with a distinct skeletal look may likely be due to Japanese Beetles. These half inch critters with distinct metallic green hats feast upon the inner parts of leaves and flowers leaving the hard stems behind. They particularly like rose bushes, and if you’ve found signs of such damage it can be a real problem.

Fortunately, there’s a perfect solution with Spectracide Japanese Beetle control products. The Bag-A-Bug Trap offers season long protection from Japanese Beetles with easy to set up components. The Spectracide Bag-A-Bug Japense Beetle Trap helps protect flowers, shrubs and various ornamentals by drawing Japanese Beetles in – and trapping them to prevent further damage – covering over a 5,000 sq. ft. area. Additionally, the Spectracide Japanese Beetle Insect Fogger offers a fast knockdown formula that kills on contact.

Don’t let Japanese Beetles take control of your flowers or plants. Make the smart choice with Spectracide Japanese Beetle control products and let your flowers and plants bloom beetle free!
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Dealing with Japanese Beetles

Ugh it is a terrible Japanese Beetle year!! Well, good for the beetles I guess! Here is a video I pulled together with some ideas in controlling and dealing with Japanese Beetles in your yard.

I think the most effective way to deal with Japanese Beetles is to simply gather them up and kill them by hand. It seems time consuming, but you can make a real dent in the population. Check out my blog for more details and photos: https://midsummerfarmconceptualgallery.wordpress.com/2015/07/30/ugh-japanese-beetles/

And lots of other info can be found on our website: www.midsummerfarm.com
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