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ST GABRIEL ORGANICS 80080-P Milky Spore Grub Control Mix Pest Controller
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- 20 Lb. Milky Spore, Grub Control Spreader Mix
- Organic Compound That Attacks Larvae Of Japanese Beetles
- Apply With Spreader Anytime From Spring Through Fall
- Kills Grubs For 15 To 20 Years, Providing You With The Ultimate Coverage
- Provides Up To 7,000 Square Feet Of Coverage
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A long-lasting, grub control spreader that will solve all of your problems. 20 lb. Milky Spore, Grub Control Spreader Mix. This is a organic compound that attacks larvae of Japanese beetles. Apply with spreader anytime from spring through fall. Kills grubs for 15 to 20 years, providing you with the ultimate coverage. Harmless to all other living things and will not effect birds, bees, beneficial insects, fish, animals, plants, or humans. Provides up to 7,000 square feet of coverage.
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See this is supposed to be the powdered form of Milky Spore, only I was sent the granular twice! :P
BUT as far as the powdered form goes - it's great! A pain, but once you get started it gets done. Lol!
You have to put a tsp every 4 feet. It's suggested you get the dispenser, it makes the job easier, but if you would rather not - there are instructions on YouTube on how to use a coffee can, and mop handle along with a drill bit, and zip ties to make your own should you be So inclined. Milky Spore has been in use since the 1920's, the cardboard applicator has not- meaning there's more than one way to get it applied appropriately.
We have 73 rose bushes, crepe myrtles, and tons of flowers, trees, bushes, etc over 3 acres. Nobody has cleared and planted this property in decades, so we are currently battling Japanese Beetles. Milky Spore is the long game.
It only affects the Japanese Beetle, no other insect. It will not harm anything including water, honey bees, pets, children etc. It will last 10-25 yrs in your soil. It spreads like the plague with each Japanese Beetle grub that eats it incubating, and creating more milky Spore for other grubs to ingest and make another billion milky spores.
You have to mow first, or pull your mulch to the side in the spots to be applied.
A string extending 4 feet from your dispenser tied to a weight will help you measure out your next 4 feet in a checkerboard pattern.
That's the powdered- The granular you use a seed spreader. Instructions are on the bag for the most popular seed spreaders.
Both have to be watered in so they do not get blown away by the wind, or tracked away on feet/ tires/fur. Apply either right before the rain, or hose down.
To make it easy - Apply Memorial Day Weekend, 4th of July, and Labor Day for 2 yrs.
We absolutely DO recommend Milky Spore for killing Japanese Beetle Grubs!
We hope our review is helpful!
Oh - the delivery person dumped this and another yard product in the road. My country road is narrow and the boxes got knocked around a bit. My Milky Spore bag was broken open. I emailed and it was replaced within the next couple days. Great responsiveness.
I will absolutely buy this again to give my yard a booster. If I do it every couple of years, it should overlap and I should be mole-less.
I haven't any idea what the rationale for increasing the price was but I think it's been sufficiently priced out of my range. I thought the price of ~ $46 last April was really pushing my capacity to afford but this is out of the park.
I am absolutely amazed, even the garden where I didn't run the spreader are grub free. Roses are beetle free so far, I used to have to spray them daily to ensure they would last long enough to bloom.
Wild turkeys are now digging up my neighbors lawns for their grub feasts and skipping mine.
Moles are very unhappy now and I was shocked to not find one Japanese beetle in our rose of Sharon bushes that in the past have been covered in swarms of them.
I've applied it a 2nd year to get it estabished. I'm sold on this stuff!