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Japanese beetle control
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alan    Posted 06-10-2004 at 20:25:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'll try again, I was wondering if anyone had anything that worked well for Japanese beetles. I'm trying to control a small area around my yard, something like 10 acres or so. I'd like to do it everywhere but that would be impractical Anyway I've found sprays and dust that work, but I am not able to keep up. They are in everything. They cover a good percentage of the trees, black walnuts, apple, etc., and my garden. Dust seems to be the most effective at keeping them away, but with reapplying and everything, It is much too difficult and expensive. I also can't spray the trees as often as I like. Is there an insect solution like getting some praying mantis or something? Any other ideas? Grasshoppers will probably be coming soon as well. Thanks.


E. G.    Posted 06-10-2004 at 20:33:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
and i`ll try again also. below is a link for
estes chemical they can advise you on your
insect problem, you can contact my friend lonnie
smith in the tulsa office or choose a office
close to you. good luck!


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