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Rescue your roses from Japanese Beetles

It's Japanese Beetle season again. I can almost hear the chomping sound on the ornamental plant leaves as we speak.


In case you don't want to use the JBWMD (Japanese Beetle Weapon of Mass Destruction) employed by this guy...

...Or hire ninjas to karate-chop the Japanese beetles off the petals as illustrated in the TV spot below, you can go with the smarter way to rescue your roses (and other ornamental plants): the RESCUE! Japanese Beetle Trap.

June 23, 2008 in Japanese Beetles | Permalink


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