NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: 3 Tips to Ensure LadyBugs Stay in Your Garden after Release

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: 3 Tips to Ensure LadyBugs Stay in Your Garden after Release

Here’s Great Tip: 3 Tips to Ensure LadyBugs Stay in Your Garden after Release


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John from shares with you a ladybug release and shows you how he releases ladybugs in his garden. You will also learn how ladybugs can be effective at combating an aphid problem in your vegetable garden. John believes that biological controls such as LadyBugs should be one of the organic and natural tools you use to combat pests in the garden. Also see a ladybug orgy at the end of this video!

32 Replies to “NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: 3 Tips to Ensure LadyBugs Stay in Your Garden after Release”

  1. I realize this came out in 2011 and it's 7 years later now. However, I have read that importing ladybugs from outside sources can bring in diseases and parasites to native ladybugs in your area. Any thoughts on it? Also, what source would you recommend getting ladybugs from? Online or do you use local sources? Oh… and what time of year would you recommend releasing them in the garden? I live on the Texas gulf coast; mild winters and brutal hot humid summers.

  2. I have a hundred year old maple FULL of aphids with their honeydew raining all over my cars. The maple is dropping leaves to get rid of them. I got a pack of 3000 ladybugs and think I may need a lot more. Literally every leaf is packed with aphids. I think the ants are farming them. Get ready for the great aphid massacre of 2018!!!

  3. can you feed the aphids to the ladybug in the container …do ladybug larvae eat aphids and can't fly away … is it better to put ladybug eggs in the garden then ladybugs themselves

  4. You advice is bad advice! Hosing down the plants is bad advice! You need to keep the insects on the plants so the Ladybugs can eat the m, by hosing down the plants you are forcing the ladybugs to fly out side your yard to survive! The Best Lady Bug House Team!

  5. Ya the first time I saw a young lady bug I didn't know what it was…..so I started picking them off and killing them…..but I have slot of them in my garden……they are just there naturally! So my pest control is limited but I do use neem oil with a bit of soap and water……if I see to may pests!

  6. Ugh, I can't believe I clicked on this guy's video. He talks too much. His videos could be 50% shorter if he didn't state obvious common sense comments.

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