How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles Naturally

How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles Naturally – Japanese beetles first appeared in the United States during the 20th century. Beetles are commonly widespread in the Midwest and the eastern United States. The beetles, which do not have natural predators, destroy landscapes and gardens. If you do not want to apply a commercial insecticide, get rid of the Japanese beetles, naturally, to reduce the population so that they do not ruin your plants.

 

How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles Naturally

How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles Naturally

Things You’ll Need

  • Gloves
  • Balde
  • Water layered
  • Repellent plants
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • Yeast 1 package
  • 1 kneaded banana
  • 1-gallon empty milk jug

 

Step by Step:

  1. Wear gloves to avoid touching the beetles directly. Choose the Japanese beetles out of the plants and put them in a bucket with soap and water. Alternatively, place the bucket or container under the plant and shake it until the beetle drops.
  2. Add plants that beetles despise in your garden. The scent emitting from capuchin, chives, and marigolds repels the beetles and keeps them away from your garden. Japanese beetles also do not like junipers, begonias, and boxwood.
  3. Assemble bait traps to kill beetles. Combine 1/4 cup sugar in a glass of water. Add a yeast packet to the water. Mix in a kneaded banana and pour the mixture into a 1-gallon milk jug. Put the jar in your garden.

 

More Tips (Video)


5/5 (2)

Please rate this

How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles Naturally | Calvin Taw | 4.5