Japanese Beetle Treatment

Monmouth Middlesex And Ocean Counties Pest Control





japanese_beetleIs your lawn just not looking as lush and vibrant as you’d hoped? Do you have unexplained damage on the leaves of your trees or shrubs? A highly destructive pest, the Japanese beetle (sometimes referred to as the June bug) damages lawns by feeding on foliage, flowers, or the fruit of 300 different, unique plants. If you’re experiencing lawn damage from grubs feeding on the grass roots and soil, it’s time for BEST Japanese beetle treatment.

Best Way to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles

First found in Riverton, NJ, in 1916, Japanese beetles have been infesting the local area ever since. These pests begin their days on your lawn as typical grub worms and can completely destroy entire lawns during the late summer and fall months. If you don’t partner with a professional grub control company like BEST early on, lawn damage from grubs is inevitable. These grubs develop into the adult stage of their existence, they become known as Japanese Beetles, ready to destroy not only your lawn, but your trees too.

The USDA developed a biological control in the form of a powder to apply to your lawn, which is the best way to get rid of Japanese beetles. General application of the powder (low density across a broad area) takes between 1-5 years to optimize protection and prevent larval growth. That’s why it’s so important to let BEST’s professionals take care of Japanese beetle treatment for you. We’re the number one Japanese Beetle controller and grub control company for Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties. Rather than have to crop this powder over your lawn, worrying about timing and frequency, you can leave it to us. We’ve got it down to a science that will prevent lawn damage from grubs and Japanese beetles from turning your landscape into a wasteland.

Don’t let this happen to your lawn. If your landscape requires professional grub control or Japanese beetle treatment, contact BEST today at 732.683.1212 or email us for a free consultation.