Japanese beetles are most active during the summer and autumn months in Wisconsin. Grubs will eat at grassroots, causing large brown patches of dead grass in your lawn. Adults will feast on the leaves of various plants, such as roses or linden trees, causing skeletonized leaves. They eat all of the plant matter, except the veins.
Our pest management specialists can treat Japanese beetles at their larval and adult stages. We apply granular insecticides to the soil to kill the grubs and apply spray treatments to trees and other plants to eliminate the adult beetles.
Japanese beetles are an ongoing issue each year in Wisconsin. AWC offers seasonal treatments to help protect your landscaping year-round. Our spring and fall granular treatments will eliminate the beetles right away at their grub stage.
Our customers are our #1 priority! At Advanced Wildlife Control, we want to make sure your pest problems are resolved in a timely manner. Therefore, our AWC professionals can typically provide same-day or next-day service. We also do not require any contracts for our customers! You are free to cancel at any time!
Japanese beetles are an invasive species from Japan, as their name implies. They feed on a variety of plants, causing damage to homeowners’ gardens and landscaping. Some of their favorite plants include linden trees, apple trees, roses, and maples.
Japanese beetles are a serious problem for homeowners and farmers. They cause serious damage to gardens, crops, and landscaping with their free-for-all eating habits. Japanese beetle grubs eat at the grassroots causing large brown patches of dead grass in your lawn. Adult beetles will feast on the plant leaves, resulting in skeletonized leaves.