Resources by Peter B. Schultz
The Japanese beetle is found throughout Virginia and in most of the Eastern United States. In regions west of the Mississippi it is found in isolated pockets. Japanese beetles were first found in New Jersey in 1916 and have spread from that point since. The Japanese beetle has been well established in Virginia since the early 1970’s.
|Dec 11, 2014||2902-1101 (ENTO-97NP)|
|Spring and Summer Lawn Management Considerations for Cool-Season Turfgrasses||May 1, 2009||430-532|
|2022 Pest Management Guide - Horticultural and Forest Crops||Feb 15, 2022||456-017 (ENTO-463P)|
|2022 Pest Management Guide - Home Grounds and Animals||
This 2022 Virginia Pest Management Guide provides the latest recommendations for controlling diseases, insects, and weeds for home grounds and animals. The chemical controls in this guide are based on the latest pesticide label information at the time of writing. Because pesticide labels change, read the label directions carefully before buying and using any pesticide. Regardless of the information provided here, always follow the latest product label instructions when using any pesticide.
|Feb 11, 2022||456-018 (ENTO-462P)||