Japanese beetle treatment and containment

Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica) is an invasive plant pest that was first introduced to Eastern North America from Japan in 1916. Japanese beetle, an invasive, regulated pest in Canada, has been found in the False Creek area. The Canadian Food …
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