Sunday, June 10, 2012

Japanese Beetles

The first time I saw Japanese beetles I thought they were pretty.  I don't think so any more.
They eat roses, the buds, the leaves, green beans, crepe myrtles, everything.
Larry put out milky spores that are supposed to multiply and consume the larvae state of the beetles.  If they are, I hate to think how many we'd have without the spores.
We've also put out four bug bags.  They trap a lot of beetles, but we still have so many!

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