holistic approach to blister beetles?

Wiediger, Alison awiediger at Hart.k12.ky.us
Wed Aug 23 08:41:12 EDT 2000

"Milky Spore" is biological control for beetle larvae, marketed mostly at
Japanese beetle.  Nosema Locusta, from its name, seems to be a disease of
locusts (grasshoppers).  That's about the extent of my knowledge.


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> Could the Nosema be what I've seen referred to as Milky Spore?  I've heard
> that it is supposed to be good for grasshoppers too.
> Kathy
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