Because Japanese Beetles are worse than ever this year… If you haven’t seen one, be on the lookout – they are probably headed your way.
They feed on plants such as rose bushes, trees, and garden plants like basil. The leafy part is what they eat away at causing the plant to not photosynthesize and die.
They are about the size of a fingernail and have a green, blue & red iridescent color.
The best way we have found to get rid of them is with a two -step application spray applied 30 days apart.
So don’t be fooled if you see just one of them and flick it away from your rose bush, there will be more on their way!