But they aren't just going to die off without first going and laying
their eggs on your lawn, so you'll need to treat your lawn with grubex
(or similar) or them munching your leaves will look like NOTHING
compared to your dead, sparse, brown lawn being dug up by crows and
On Jul 14, 7:18 pm, Mitch@_._ wrote:
Long enough to breed and lay eggs for the next season. Check with your
local university extension for info on the critters and their control.
The last thing you should not do is put a trap in your yard since it is
an invitation for all the Japanese beetles to come to the feast.
There's a time slot in spring for applying chemicals to the soil. Once
eggs are laid, there's not much to do except wait until next spring's
We had that happen years ago. Neighbors were all upset and spraying all
over some crap. We did nothing. Nature took it's course and the next year
all was fine and nothing was damaged. The birds had some nice meals eating
I like to call the bugs - June Bugs.
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