Have an aphid infestation? The stinkiest fly in your garden can help
Published: November 28, 2023
The Lacewing’s ability to consume aphids at such an astonishing pace make them a fantastic asset for any garden. They serve a vital purpose in maintaining insect pest populations and are actively encouraged in commercial agriculture and horticulture. In fact, they are intentionally introduced into greenhouses because of their effectiveness as an organic, biological control. In our own gardens they play an important role in keeping aphid infestations at bay through eco-friendly means and therefore minimise the need for harmful chemical pest control methods and pesticides.
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