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How can I stop red lily beetles eating my plants?


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Pick off by hand or spray with Provanto Ultimate Bug Killer from Bayer or Bug Clear Ultra (Scott's) as soon as you see signs of damage. These products give protection for several weeks, killing the beetles as they feed on the leaves.

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