What flies by night, eats your plants and is now found from north to south? Mike McGrath, examines the antics of an asiatic beetle on spring break and discuss a new way to control all kinds of bad beetles and wicked weevils.
Question of the Week:
“I have a raised-bed garden in Florida, and recently found a bug feeding on the leaves of my Zinnia plants at night. The bug is about a quarter to a half inch long and I think it may also be harming my basil and bean plants. I was wondering if you could help me identify this pest and if there is a way to get rid of it organically.”
— Illyce in Hollywood, Florida