Your 1 lb bag of BeetleGone will cover up to 8,000 square feet. The powder mixes with water to be applied as a spray.

  • Effectively controls beetle invaders like Japanese Beetle and Chafer adults.
  • Labeled for applications to trees, shrubs, edible fruits and vegetables.
  • Treated vegetables, fruits and herbs may be eaten the day of application.
  • Labeled by EPA “For Organic Production” for fruits and vegetables.
  • Non phyto-toxic to plants.
  • Preserves bees, butterflies, lady bugs and other non-targets in the garden.


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  • Since the grubs are in the grass, can I use this on grass?

    grubGONE! is more widely used (as a spreadable granular) for grubs feeding in the turf. However, beetleGONE! can be successfully used as well. Either method you choose, make sure to irrigate the area afterwards to deliver the active ingrediant into the root zone where the grubs are feeding.

    For Turf Grub Control:

    beetleGONE! tlc can also be used as a ground spray on your turf from spring to fall to control beetle larvae (grubs). Make

    sure the mixed application gets irrigated into the root zone where the grubs are feeding. Mix as indicated above using 2

    - 4 oz of beetleGONE! per gallon of water & spray the mixture over 1000 sqft.

  • How long before the beetles die after applying?

    Typically from a few hours to a week. It depends on the species of beetle and also the dose of product ingested. This type of broad window is typical of biologicals. Once the targeted pest has ingested the product by feeding on the foliage (and active ingredient protein) feeding halts as the insects become sick from septicemia/ gut ulcers.

  • How often can I use Beetlegone?

    Every 7 - 10 days

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Chrystal SVG verified by SHOP
United States United States

Never received product after reaching out to the company multiple times

Michael C.
United States United States


The product has lived up to my expectations. The only real is the smell when mixed with water.

Joyce T.
United States United States

Works against Viburnum Leaf Beetles

I started using BeetleGONE! last year at the end of the larval phase and continued into the fall. This year, I started spraying at the first sign of larvae. I am CERTAIN that the product kills the larvae--I monitored a few leaves and saw that the larvae did stop feeding after about 5 days and eventually turned black. I think it also helps against the adult stage, though my main evidence is seeing fewer egg-laying sites and fewer larvae this spring. The only reason for 4 instead of 5 stars is the limitation of getting the spray into areas of denser foliage and the tops of some of my taller Viburnum shrubs. I also prune out branches with egg-laying sites and active larvae that I find, but the beetles seemed to increase every year before I started applying BeetleGONE!

Thomas D.
United States United States

To early to tell

I live in Maine, in the afternoon if the sun is out it might hit 60. I'll let you know later on in the season.

Charles L.
United States United States


the smell of this product isn't good.