Little green bugs

rwhitehead at cix.compulink.co.uk rwhitehead at cix.compulink.co.uk
Thu Sep 30 02:41:17 EST 1999


In article <7sv32s$lil$1 at otis.netspace.net.au>, murph at netspace.net.au 
(joffa) wrote:

> If these little green beasts are gathered together along the stem at the
> terminal point then yes they are probably aphids. . . .

You could also invite in your local ladybirds (ladybugs). Just put out a 
sign saying "free all-you-can-eat offer".  8-)

The handy thing about ladybirds is that the juveniles eat the same thing as 
the adults. I don't think there are many other insects that do so.

Regards,
 
Roger
 
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Roger Whitehead,
Oxted, Surrey, England



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