Live Ladybugs Are An Effective Chemical Free Pest Solution

If you are having a bad aphid problem in your garden or backyard, than you might want to consider a chemical free and natural pest solution. Enter the favorite “good bug” commonly called the ladybug. The ladybug has been a popular and well researched beneficial insect over 20 years. The beauty of this bug is that when released around sunset, (required because ladybugs don’t fly at night), they will start munching on aphids, scale insects, leaf hoppers, mealybugs, and mites throughout most of the growing season. As they reduce the destructive pests they will be laying down their own eggs around the garden.

Each generation of new live ladybugs will be ready to arrive just as new pests show up in your garden. When purchasing the Coccinellids (ladybugs) a bag of of these insects will be rushed delivered to your door with most of the critters likely surviving the trip. You should notice as you release them from the bag that they will naturally crawl up and towards the light.

The Positives
Ladybugs eat aphids, mealy bugs, scale, leaf hoppers, and other destructive pests. Keep on eating until the bad guys are gone, laying their own eggs in the process. Ladybugs really work while also doing something favorable for the environment. Immediate shipping upon order with handling instructions.

The Negatives
There is chance to receive a good deal of dead ladybugs in the bag. Requires a well watered garden and usable only at dusk since they can’t fly at night.

So What’s The Scoop?
Most recommend the live garden ladybugs should be released in small groups at the base of place plants and shrubs. Within a couple days you should see a big reduction in the destructive pest population and hopefully healthier garden or yard.

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  1. Product Scoop says:

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