White-marked tussock moth is a fuzzy caterpillar with a yellow body and red head. The insect has black marks and four tufts of hair on its back. No chemical control is listed.
Japanese beetle eats the leaves down to the main veins. Leaves at the top and south side of the plant are most often eaten and attacks can be quite sudden. Use sprays of rotenone, Sevin, or malathion.