Sunday, April 1, 2012
Japanese Beetles Attack Cherry tree
Call in Flamie Mamie for help.
Maybe Wonder woman
Japanese Beetle, a destructive insect that attacks the foliage,
blossoms, roots, and fruit of plants. It was introduced into
New Jersey about 1916, later spreading over many states east
of the Mississippi. It is a serious pest in the United States,
but is no problem in its native Japan because natural enemies
keep its numbers in check
Japanese beetles (Popillia japonica) are a devastating
invasive pest in urban landscapes. Japanese beetles
have no natural enemies in the United States and
are able to reproduce rapidly in home landscapes.
They readily feed on a wide variety of landscape
plants and in large numbers can easily defoliate mature
How can I protect my cherry tree from Japanese beetles......
Iam waiting for any Ideas.
Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
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