August 15 is the cut-off date for Japanese Beetle

image0005  If you ship nursery stock to other areas of Canada or the United States that are not Category 3, you may need to ensure that the nursery stock is compliant for the Japanese Beetle Certification Program.  One option is to apply Intercept 60WP as a soil drench to manage the newly-hatched larvae during the adult flight period.

The cut-off date that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency will allow Intercept soil drenches is TODAY.

About Jen Llewellyn

OMAFRA Nursery and Landscape Specialist @onnurserycrops
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