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10 tips for getting rid of Japanese Beetles How to get rid of Japanese beetles naturally. Just plant some plants that repel them: catnip, rue, larkspur, cloves, garlic, tansy, and geranium. These natural ways to rid your outdoor plants of Japanese beetles and prevent Japanese beetle damage and prevent additional damage have been used successfully for years by farmers.

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7 Safe Ways to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles in the Garden

7 Safe Ways to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles in the Garden- Japanese beetles can wreak havoc on your garden plants. Here 7 ways to repel these pests safely.

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How to Stop the Japanese Beetle by Using Homemade Repellents

How to Stop the Japanese Beetle by Using Homemade Repellents | eHow

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4 Natural Ways to Kill Japanese Beetles in the Garden from Condo Blues

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How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles Naturally

how to get rid of Japanese beetles on plants: fill a pint-size spray bottle with warm water, about 3 tsp of garlic powder, 2 tsp of cayenne pepper, a couple of squirts of dish soap and a little under a 1/4 cup of vegetable oil. Spray on bushes.

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Wish to Know How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles? Then Read This

Ingredients for beetle repellent 1½ gallon spray bottle Warm water 3 teaspoon of garlic powder 2 teaspoon of cayenne pepper, ¼ cup of liquid dish soap ¼ cup of vegetable oil

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growing catnip all over your garden deters aphids and japanese beetles. Your kitty will thank you too.

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Stop Garden Pests

Get tips for identifying and controlling some of the most common insects and diseases that might attack your garden.

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Eggshells as Organic Pest Control

kill Japanese beetles, flea beetles, snails, slugs, and others

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12 plants that repel unwanted insects

Chrysanthemums Repel roaches, ants, Japanese beetles, ticks, silverfish, lice, fleas, bedbugs, spider mites, harlequin bugs and root-knot nematodes. The ingredient in chrysanthemums that makes them so effective as an insect-repelling companion plant is pyrethrum. Read more: http://www.mnn.com/your-home/organic-farming-gardening/stories/12-plants-that-repel-unwanted-insects#ixzz3G029OPFM

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