The field experiments were carried out in two consecutive years (2005-2006) at Kruszyn Krajeński near Bydgoszcz. The aim of the study was the influence of different systems of irrigation in asparagus hybrids cultivation on the very light soil on the occurrence of asparagus beetles. The experiments were conducted in a randomized block design of a two-factorial system with four replications. The first tested factor was irrigation in three following variants: O - non-irrigated plots (control), K - drip-irrigated plots and M - micro-irrigated plots. The second factor was associated with two asparagus hybrids (called by producer): Ap, Gr and one cultivar ‘Schwetzinger Meisterschuss'. The number of adults and larvae of both asparagus beetles was observed on every single plot area; three times during the vegetation period from July to August (beginning from the first decade of July and continuing every third week). The harvest plot area was 14.5 m2
(23 plants x 35 cm x 180 cm). Generally, the adults and larvae of twelve-spotted asparagus beetles were more numerous than common asparagus beetles on aspa-ragus hybrids plants: Ap, Gr and ‘Schwetzinger Meisterschuss'. Microirrigation applied on asparagus hybrids wasn't related with these two asparagus beetles did not susceptible to. Much the same situation was observed when the drip irrigation was used. The adults and larvae of both asparagus beetles preferred Ap than Gr and ‘Schwetzinger Meisterschuss' hybrids plants, irrespectively from irrigation used.