Common Tree Insects in Minnesota
Japanese beetles are invasive, chewing insects that have made their way into Minnesota.
In the Twin Cities Metro, they have become a serious threat to numerous tree species and ornamental shrubs and plants, including roses.
Japanese beetles emerge from the soil in late June through August, feeding on foliage and/or blossoms. Their presence attracts other Japanese beetles to the area (as do Japanese beetle traps), compounding the problem quickly. They have no natural predators and can skeletonize foliage in just a matter of days.
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