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missouriwinery1 Missouri WineriesThe Experts at Chandler Hill a Missouri winery talk grape growing. More info 636798CORK.Also St. Louis MO, Augusta Mo Wineries, Hermann MO wineries, St. Genevieve MO wineries. Hi I'm Adam Burns with Chandler Hill Vineyards,the closest of the Missouri wineries to St. Louis. I often get questions about our wineries products,services or the winery itself People ask quot;What are the perfect growing conditionsfor MO grapeséquot; The answeré
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Grape Insect Prevention
.other urban grape planting, and the types of things that youshould be doing right now on your grapes is, again, Disease Control. These plantslook pretty clean right now. You can tell there's some spray residualright here. They've been spraying them, otherwise they would have powdery mildew,downy mildew, black rot, and a number of other problems. The cluster grapes are quite healthy, and
the one thing that I would watch out forat this point in the year is as we mentioned early July is Japanese beetles willbe showing up any day now, and what Japanese beetles do is they feedon the leaves, and they will also destroy the berries,and they give you this type of appearance where they eat holes in the leaves. One of thethings that I tell people is that if your gonna control Japanesebeetles you actually wanna put materials on to protect against them
before they get there. Once they startdoing damage other Japanese beetles are attracted andthey will be more damage than they normally would. There are a number of different products thatare out there that can be used, but one organic product that you mightconsider using even before that there is called quot;neemquot;. NEEM. And that one is nice because it notonly kills the Japanese beetles, but it has a repellent quality to it. Itcan repel the Japanese beetles
from 24 to 48 hours. Okay.
Gardening Repelling Pests How to Kill Japanese Beetles on Grape Plants
Hi this is Yolanda Vanveen and in this segmentwe're going to talk about how to kill Japanese beetles on grape plants. Now Japanese beetlesoriginated from Japan but they're now all over the world and they're doing major devastationon your crops and so if they're on your grape plants they're going to eat away all the leavesand all the grapes and pretty much eventually kill your plant. So there is a lot of waysthat you can protect yourself from even getting the beetles in your garden in the first place.So first of all I always find that to ward off a lot of different bugs away from yourgrape plants try planting garlic, try planting marigolds, try planting all types of chrysanthemumsor lavender or any types of spearmint around
your grapes. Most bugs don't like those plantsso they'll avoid those plants and a lot of times they won't come through those plantsto get to your grapes so by planting those together a lot of times you can stop a lotof the bugs from eating your grapes. Another trick is actually putting oil or any kindof vegetable oil or olive oil on to the grape plants when they are dormant so when theydo start growing too a lot of times the beetles won't get near the trees because the oil won'thurt the plant it won't hurt the fruits but the bugs don't like it at all. If it's stilla big issue, a lot of people are using neem oil from a tree from India and it does reallywell as far as stopping bugs from doing any
damage and killing them very quickly becauseit just suffocates them. So a lot of books will tell you to use pyrethrins which arejust from chrysanthemums and it is one of the most deadly chemicals in the world andthey're finding that women that wash their animals with any kind of pyrethrin soap they'rechildren have twice as much of a chance to have autism. So we don't know a lot aboutpyrethrins and we don't know a lot of about a lot of even natural ways to get rid of bugsso I always go back to oil and washing it off. When all else fails just keep hosingoff your grape plants with the hose. Get a really sharp sprayer and just spray the bugsoff and if you keep watering your grapes over
and over and over and wash the bugs off alot of times they won't become the problem that they were in the past. So it's a goodfight but there is a lot of ways that you can get rid of those Japanese beetles withoutusing harmful chemicals.