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JULY Newsletter
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Japanese Beetles

"The adult Japanese beetles appear to be most active when it is hot and muggy. As the weather heated up by the middle of this past week, there were reports of high numbers and heavy activity. Paula Shrewsbury and Nancy Harding, both of the University of Maryland, reported seeing a significant amount of adult Japanese beetles feeding on linden trees in College Park this week. You should expect to continue to see adults feeding on susceptible plants over the next few weeks."  (Reported by Stanton Gill, MD County Extension Office)

Grub Larvae.  The adult grubs will soon (if not already) be laying their eggs in the turf.  It is during this stage that the larvae do extensive damage to the root system of the turf and more often than not killing the turf altogether in large areas.
Prevention of the extensive damage caused by these pests can only be done during the larvae stage.  If this isn't currently apart of your turf program and you would like us to add in the treatment please let us know.
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