If you’re eating or drinking a dairy product, it’s probably best that you either put it down or come back to this blog when you’re finished. Why? Because the more I hear the term “milky spore”, the more I’m turned off by the thought of moo juice.
Milky spore, also known as Paenibacillus popilliae (but only its mom calls it that), is a bacteria that is lethal to the über gardening pest, the Japanese Beetle. The Japanese Beetle is most definitely not what you want in your garden or lawn. It and its larvae have a voracious appetite, munching on pretty much everything from roses to tomatoes to strawberries to herbs and have infested a large portion of eastern United States and Canada. Thankfully, Milky spore is available for purchase under the St. Gabriel Organics brands. Here are the deets:Read More