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    Japanese beetles are a serious pest in America. Though they have many natural enemies in Japan, they don't have the same kind of balance here, and they are capable of great crop destruction. What's more, they leave hormones on plants they've visited, which attracts even more Japanese beetles. Fortun...

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    • Michelle Hyser

      How to Make a Trap to Kill Japanese Beetles. This one uses water, sugar, yeast, and mashed banana to lure beetle into gallon jug that it can't climb out of....yeah-didn't catch beetles...flys, bees, a big moth. Oh well.

    • Donna Fulton

      How to Make a Trap to Kill Japanese Beetles. This one uses water, sugar, yeast, and mashed banana to lure beetle into gallon jug that it can't climb out of.

    • 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!

    • Kathy Sandquist

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

    • Stephanie Gates

      Homemade Japanese Beetle Trap...traditional trap to kill them

    • Jen Haughenbury

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    • Julie Seguin

      Homemade Pest Control for Japanese Beetle | eHow.com

    • Betty Clark

      Homemade Lure for Japanese Beetles (9 Steps) | eHow

    • Lacey Gabrielson

      Homemade Japanese Beetle Trap. Hope this works.

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