Other than using chemicals, what is a natural way to deter Japanese be
Fiddledd224 on Jun 17, 2017Keeping plants healthy is another way to prevent Japanese beetle attacks, as they are attracted to the scent of ripening or diseased fruits. If you do happen to have an outbreak, simply pick them off plants or gently shake them off in the early morning. Place them into a bucket of soapy water.Learn More About Natural Japanese Beetle Repellents:https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/pests/insects/japanese-beetles.htmHelpful Reply
Mary M Braunlich on Jun 17, 2017Thank you @ Fiddledd224!Helpful Reply
Faith Rosborough on Jun 18, 2017We use a mixture of Neem oil and water and spray the plants liberally every two weeks. Up here in Canada they are attacking only the lilies (so far) and this spray works wondersHelpful Reply
Mary M Braunlich on Jun 19, 2017That sounds easy enough! Thank you Faith!Helpful Reply
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