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  • Japanese Beetles 2013
    • Dan (Login hawkeye_wx)
      Hummingbird lover 2009
      Posted Jun 28, 2013 1:05 PM

      The first Japanese beetle just appeared in my yard. I'm pretty sure this is later than last year, but I expected that given the cold spring. I won't have to worry too much about about the in-ground david verity this year because it is only a few inches tall, but for the first time my schumannii is out in the open and vulnerable. I know Steve has had trouble with beetles shredding his schumannii.

      Dan
      Zone 5
      East-central Iowa

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