Japanese-beetles

Japanese beetles

The Japanese beetle is an important pest that damage turf and ornamental arrangements of your landscape. It is also known under the name: white grub. Grubs’ larvae feed on the roots of grass; meanwhile the adults feed on foliage.

A white grub adult is about 3/8 inches length, with a dark metallic green body. In Quebec, usually the white grubs invade, feed, mate and lay eggs in late May. Amiral Service Inc. Integrated Pest Management consists of identification of species, determining their numbers, identifying thresholds, timing of insecticide application, monitoring the area and assessing the results.

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