How to get rid of Lubber Grashoppers. They are eating and killing my palm and shrubs. I have a lot of them.
Here are some different methods on getting rid of these pests: https://www.hunker.com/13406184/how-to-get-rid-of-lubber-grasshoppers
I put cheap white flour around them in the spring. I don't know what Lubber grashoppers are, but it works for whatever kind I have.
Hi Janet, here are a few things you can try - https://www.organiclesson.com/get-rid-of-grasshoppers/. Best of luck
Get a duck.......
I found that the lubbers generally lay eggs around the bottom of clumping, strappy leaf plants, like crinum lily, agapanthus, etc. When I notice the little immature rubbers I generally try to irradicate them, manually, then. They are black, about 1" long and have either yellow or red stripes along the side of their bodies. I usually don't like killing anything, because everything has it's place and function. But lubbers are so very destructive and multiply so fast. Just a quick squeeze, it's over, no chemicals, no affect on any other life form. ....