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    Japanese Beetle Traps

    Place your Japanese Beetle trap at the far corners of your property so as not to attract them into your garden. In the garden directly, pick them by hand in the cool mornings into a container full of soapy water. Our Tubtrug is perfect for the task. For long-term reduction of the Japanese beetle population, treat your lawn with Milky Spore. 
  • Japanese Beetle Trap Replacement Bags
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    Keep extra bags on hand so your Japanese Beetle Trap is always ready to control these damaging insect pests.

  • Japanese Beetle Trap
    More Details The double-bait system, which includes a food/floral attractant and a pheromone lure, entices Japanese beetles to enter the trap, where they end up in the collection bag. When the bag is full, you simply dispose of it, bag and all — unlike other traps that are a hassle to empty and clean. The trap has a loop on top so you can hang it from a tree limb or a stake (not included). The hourglass ...
  • Japanese Beetle Killer
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    Japanese beetles are voracious eaters and can cause extensive damage to many garden and landscape plants by skeletonizing leaves and ruining flowers. This pyrethrin-based insecticide is an effective way to control these pests. In addition to controlling Japanese beetles, it also controls cucumber beetles, flea beetles, cabbageworms, Colorado potato beetles, and more. Comes in a convenient, ready-to-use 32-ounce spray bottle.

  • BioCare® AGO Mosquito Traps, Set of 2
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    This smart system lures in female mosquitoes looking to lay their eggs, but never lets them get to it! Instead, they get trapped inside an inner capture chamber. Easy setup: fill each bucket to the mark with water and add some hay or grass — the mosquitoes will find it irresistible and you'll be on your way to a bite-free summer.

  • Beneficial Nematodes Combo Pack
    More Details Beneficial nematodes are naturally occurring microorganisms that actively seek out stationary pests in their larval or pupal stages. They do this to create an environment rich in nutrients for their own reproduction — as long as you have the target pests in your garden, these nematodes will keep chasing them down. While they are parasitic to pests, they do not impact or harm people, pets, plants, wildlife, birds, or aquatic life. And, since they eliminate ...
  • Beneficial Bugs Garden Pack
    More Details Launch an all-out offensive on a variety of above- and in-ground insect pests with this super-effective trio of beneficial organisms. Ladybugs and lacewings work in tandem to annihilate aphids, mealy bugs, whiteflies, moth eggs, leafhoppers and more. Keep plants with an abundance of nectar, pollen, and honeydew to encourage lacewings' propagation. Both lacewings and ladybugs will keep reproducing and feasting until the pest threat is gone. Nematodes will zone in on developing grubs, ...
  • Ladybug Starter Pack
    More Details NOTE: To ensure live delivery, please place your order when temperatures in your region are expected to be between 60-80° F and you can be on hand to receive your shipment. Allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. They may look tiny and adorable, but they're also voracious predators who'll happily feast on all that's bugging your precious plants! They'll chow down on aphids, beetle larvae, thrips, whiteflies, mites, and a number of other soft-bodied insects — ...
  • Stoneware Ladybug Castle
    More Details Ladybugs need a safe haven in which to lay their eggs and ensure their developing larvae reach adulthood. One of the most beneficial — and adorable — bugs to invite to the garden, they'll happily feast on aphids, beetle larvae, thrips, whiteflies, mites, and a number of other soft-bodied insects — and their eggs! Encouraging a thriving population of ladybugs will help keep your garden healthy and growing, and this handcrafted stoneware castle does exactly ...
  • Milky Spore 40 Oz.
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  • Recycled Tubtrug, 3.5 Gallon
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    These flexible, lightweight, 100% recycled polyethylene tubs are washable, bendable, crushable — nearly indestructible. We use the small, 3.5 gallon trug for moistening potting soil, harvesting veggies for dinner, and holding mittens in the mudroom. The golf patterned handles make it easy and comfortable to tote around too. Good in all kinds of weather.