Beneficial Insects for Edible Plants & Gardens

Gardeners have relied upon beneficial insects forever, since these insects help keep a variety of garden pest populations to manageable levels in your edible garden. Beneficial insects include ladybugs and nematodes, and in high populations, they can prevent damage from insects like beetles and aphids.

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Attracts both lady bugs and lacewings that feed on aphids, whiteflies, mite an other garden pests.
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It contains 1/10 pound of fresh loose pollen to help with the fertilization and reproduction of your plants and crops.
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Attracts beneficial honey bees to the garden for improved pollination.

Beneficial Insects for Edible Plants & Gardens

Encouraging beneficial insects to your yard will give you a natural source of pest control, which allows you to rely less on insecticides and insecticide applications, giving you more freedom to enjoy your edible garden and less active time spent on fewer hands-on pest control.

Ladybugs, nematodes, and praying mantids, are commonly used and considered to be beneficial insects, and each will control a range of pests.

  • Ladybugs control aphids, scales, mealy bugs, and other soft-bodied insects
  • Nematodes help to control grubs, caterpillars, and other insect larvae
  • Praying mantids can control a wide variety of insects including beetles, crickets, grasshoppers, caterpillars, and aphids

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