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    How to get rid of Japanese Beetles. If it works, I would be willing to do just about anything!

  • Rebecca Morrissey

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  • Nancy Thompson

    Homemade Japanese Beetle Trap was a total flop! All I caught a were few earwigs. Instead I pick the beetles off the roses, beans, etc, and let my hens eat them out of my hand...the chicks love them and follow me all over the yard. Asian take out for hens!

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