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QUESTION: Japanese Beetles

comments (7) July 14th, 2011

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The Japanese beetles are back.  I hand pick them or knock them into soapy water in a little dish.  They drown immediately but I am wondering if there is another way to trap them.  I do not use any pesticides in my garden.  They seem to really love my basil plants and can devastate them pretty fast.

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Comments (7)

Andylee2 writes: Impressive dude
Posted: 12:49 pm on August 1st
codymills writes: This is greatest.
Posted: 1:34 am on May 28th
TerryRhodes writes: Creative work
Posted: 3:37 am on March 30th
lovelyellis writes: great.
Posted: 3:30 am on February 29th
RuchikaaKale writes: Really harmful for vagetables
Posted: 2:51 am on February 26th
FitoorsRey writes: It's dangerous for vegetables
Posted: 5:40 am on February 16th
joe_massie writes: Look into milky spores. Its organic and only attackes japanese beetle grubs. I do not use pesticides either but I do use milky spores.
Posted: 7:26 am on July 29th
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