Slide 4: How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles

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The Japanese beetle is a pest to over 200 plants, including roses, crape myrtles, and grapes. It damages plants by skeletonizing the foliage or defoliating them completely. Get rid of these critters by handpicking them off your plants, trapping them, or spraying. Alternatively, work the prevention angle by killing the grubs in the soil before they hatch into leaf-eating beetles.


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