The Japanese Beetle


The adult Japanese beetle lives above ground for about 2 summer months and spends about 10 months underground.

The Japanese beetle is a highly destructive plant pest of foreign origin. Feeding on grass roots, it damages lawns, golf courses, and pastures. The Japanese beetle was first found in the United States in 1916 in southern New Jersey. Since then, it ha...

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