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Ladybugs

 

Ladybugs are probably the best known Beneficial Insect! The adult is generally orange with black spots on the wing covers.

The Ladybug will lay her eggs in yellow clusters under a leaf or stem. Within a week, the eggs hatch into orange and black larvae, tiny alligator shaped insects.

After 3 to 4 weeks the larvae enters the pupae stage and after one more week, the young adults emerge, ready to feed.

Ladybugs feed on aphids, small worms, and a variety of insect eggs. To release Ladybugs, early morning or late evenings are best when they are calm and slow moving. Open the container and distribute the Ladybugs throughout the plants or trees, covering as much area as possible.

Distribution is so important!

Distribution is so important!

We recommend the release of Trichogramma and Lacewings in conjunction with Ladybugs for a well-rounded biological integrated insect control program.

 

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