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It may be a losing battle — getting this sick world well — but…

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It may be a losing battle — getting this sick world well — but, like a good surgeon, we’ll keep fighting anyway!      😉

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[These are Ladybugs having an important conference.  Both the adults and the larvae are predators, mostly of aphids; therefore, they are very beneficial in gardens.  Ladybugs are common on plants and often overwinter as adults in large swarms under fallen leaves or bark.]

Ladybugs in an important meeting.  Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

Ladybugs in an important meeting. Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

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  1. My pear tree is experiencing a similar fate, but with small, black, slimy worms. I don’t want to use insecticide and have not yet, but finding a natural repellent that works is difficult…Alas, the nature of life: Eat. Be Eaten.

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  2. A lot of times herbs, soap, or oil mixed with water (in a spray bottle) will drive them off. This sunflower was ravaged by grasshoppers before the ladybugs were photographed.

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