Beneficial Insects for Ornamental Plants

Beneficial insects help control a variety of pests in your landscape and garden naturally. Beneficial insects, like ladybugs and nematodes, feed on nuisance insect populations and this feeding activity keeps populations of problem insects at manageable levels.  Employing beneficial insects into your yard gives you a natural method of pest control.

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Attracts beneficial honey bees to the garden for improved pollination.
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A great and natural way of eliminating thrips and whiteflies from salad and ornamental crops.
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Steinernema feltiae are entomopathogenic, or insecticidal, nematodes that are effective against larvae of various immature (larvae) dipterous insects such as Sciarid flies, fungus gnats, tipulids, and mushroom flies.
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Attracts both lady bugs and lacewings that feed on aphids, whiteflies, mite an other garden pests.
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Combats caterpillars and larvae of a variety of moths and beetles.

Beneficial Insects for Ornamental Plants

Common insects that are considered beneficial for insect control include ladybugs, nematodes, and praying mantids, and each beneficial insect helps control a different 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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