Yes I do have aphids. Would they prefer one variety over the other
Arilbreds around them? Question is what to use to get rid of the
critters. Soapy water doesn't get into the crevices. You can buy
ladybugs. But the first thing they will do is exercise their wings and fly
away. Anybody know anyway to keep the ladybug critters in the yard?
You can buy preying mantis eggs. But they are cannibalistic and the first
ones out will fatten themselves on the siblings. I don't know how to
break apart the eggs from each other without damaging the eggs. Anyone try
I miss Disyston (spelling), but that has now been outlawed.
Anyway, I am trying to encourage the beneficial bugs.
In a message dated 4/8/2012 9:03:26 A.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
I have seen this type
of damage with aphids and aphids love arilbreds!
Malevil Iris Gardens
7 USDA, Zone 10 Sunset
Irongate's Kisses In
CH. Merrimac the
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