The Wilden Marsh Blog


  Japanese beetles are difficult to control. Unlike many garden pests that come in, do their damage, and then leave, Japanese beetles emerge in June and hang around for months. And while many pests are host-specific, attacking just one type of plant, Japanese beetles feed on a variety of ornamentals and edibles. They have a host range of around 300 plant species. Finally, the beetles are more mobile than many pests, and… Read More