Japanese Beetles Insecticide

Popillia japonica Insecticide

Description of Japanese Beetles (Popillia japonica):
Japanese beetles are an extremely destructive pest on turfgrass, as well as other landscape plants, vegetables, and fruits. They feed on the foliage of the leaves, usually leaving a skeleton of veins behind (called skeletonizing). They are 7/16 inches long and have a metallic color to their shell. They emerge from the soil and begin feeding on the grass during June.
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Japanese Beetles Optimized Control Options Finder

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Suppression
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Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
0.5 - 1 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 96000 - 192000 square feet
at a cost of
$0.25 - $0.51 per 1,000 sqft
Preventative
Curative
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Broadcast Treatment
Application Interval:
Spring / Late Spring / Early Summer
Label Rate:
2.87 lbs per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 10000 square feet
at a cost of
$4.30 per 1,000 sqft
Preventative
Curative
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Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
0.4 - 0.6 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 26667 - 40000 square feet
at a cost of
$1.15 - $1.72 per 1,000 sqft
Instructions:
Apply when pests become evident. Apply as a broadcast spray in a minimum of 2 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet. Delay irrigation or mowing for 24 hours after application for optimum control of surface-feeders such as cutworms and webworms.
Preventative
Curative
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Broadcast Treatment
Label Rate:
0.135 - 0.271 fluid ounces per 1,000 sqft
Cost Effectiveness:
Covers 4000 - 8000 square feet
at a cost of
$2.06 - $4.12 per 1,000 sqft
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