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Old 17-07-2006, 07:05 PM posted to triangle.gardens
 
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Does anyone have a suggestion for grub control that does not harm
earthworms?
We use milky spore for the japanese beetle grubs but there are other
grubs that don't seem to be affected by it. Appreciate any suggestions.


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Old 20-07-2006, 06:41 PM posted to triangle.gardens
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LOL. Japanese beetles eat a wide range of plants. Roses, beans crape
myrtles, grapes, weeds, maples, grass, etc.
How would that be useful in treating grubs?

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Does anyone have a suggestion for grub control that does not harm
earthworms?
We use milky spore for the japanese beetle grubs but there are other
grubs that don't seem to be affected by it. Appreciate any suggestions.


What are the grubs and their parents eating?
What they eat determines what you can do.


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