Asiatic Garden Beetle

Symptoms --Leaves And Roots Are Chewed
Asiatic garden beetle larvae sometimes feed on leaves and flowers.

Adults are velvety chestnut-brown, nearly ½ inch long, resembling Japanese beetles. They lay their eggs in the soil at the base of the plants, where the newly hatched grubs eat their roots. Control these beetles the same way you deal with Japanese beetles. They are less likely to congregate in the numbers that Japanese beetles do.

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