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Organic Gardening: Is it too late to apply beneficial nematodes?

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(Zone 5b)

June 3, 2008
3:12 AM

Post #5044190

To kill Rose Chafers and Jap Beetles in Z5 Michigan?
Bensenville, IL
(Zone 5a)

June 19, 2008
4:11 AM

Post #5126039

I don't think it's too late, but mine had to be watered in for 10 days to keep them viable and get working. Can you ask the vendor you are buying/bought them from? If you get them in now, they'd keep working through the season so it wouldn't be too late. I got mine down before all the storms we've had so I got 9 days of watering in. I sure hope they work! I had my lawn torn up last year by racoons and a skunk and it's now filling in again so I don't want any more critters tearing up the lawn. Good luck.

(Zone 5b)

June 19, 2008
11:42 AM

Post #5126689

Please keep us posted on the results.
Where did you get yours from?
Bensenville, IL
(Zone 5a)

June 19, 2008
2:11 PM

Post #5127272

I bought mine from - I'll let you know!

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