Are Your Plants or Lawn Being Attacked by the Japanese Beetle Bug?
If your lawn has random brown patches, or leaves on your trees look like a lunatic attacked them with a scissors, chances are you can point the finger at Japanese beetles.
In the past five years, this hungry pest has rampaged into Waukesha County, SE Wisconsin and northern IL. Japanese beetles attack on more than three hundred plants. Rose bushes and grape vines are among their favorites.
Japanese beetles are about a half-inch in length. Their metallic-green bodies are partly covered by bronze-colored wings. They attack feast on trees and plants with abandon, leaving “skeletonized” leaves that resemble sewing lace. The bugs eat only the material between the veins.
Japanese beetles are the most common turf-grass pest in the U.S. - including Waukesha County. Adults dig into grass to lay eggs. The hatched grubs in the lawn eat the roots of grasses and other plants. Brown tracks or large spots result.
If these visions sound familiar, you just want to know how to get rid of Japanese beetles. Grub control pesticide can be used on the larvae. Spraying is the only means of adult Japanese beetle control for your Waukesha County home.
Ready to confront the Japanese beatles before they destroy your trees and foliage? Schedule an appointment to virtually rid your yard of Japanese beetles. Better yet, save money with our Japanese beetle protection package.
Don’t wait and wonder what Japanese beetles are. Take action at the first sign of their presence. They won’t wait around for you, trust us.