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Now that we understand the biology and life cycle of the Japanese beetle, let’s get serious and talk about control.
Commercial preparations of the Bacilluspopilliae (milky spore disease) offer some control as a long-lasting soil treatment. These spores infect and kill Japanese beetle grubs. The spores are then released into the soil and infect other grubs as they come in contact with the bacterial spores.
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