Japanese beetles arrived in America in 1916. Since then, the beetle has cut a destructive swath across a great portion of the United States. Japanese Beetles and Grubs: Trap, Spray, and Control Them is an indispensable guide for home gardeners, landscape professionals and farmers. This Japanese beetle audiobook is your secret weapon to help you control the beetles and safeguard your trees, roses and vegetables. This audiobook walks you through many methods for stopping Japanese beetles, whether through organic means or (in some cases) chemical means. The audiobook relies mainly on eco-friendly ways to control these garden pests so you don't have to rely on harsh chemicals.
In researching this book, I read through agricultural bulletins from the past and today. I’ve gleaned information from many University Extension sources and scientific studies, as well as good old-fashioned field work, to find out which control methods work (and which don't). I've put every control method I could find into this book in order to give the gardener as many options as possible in vanquishing these pests.