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This is why I don't spray outdoor

Who knows what these are?

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@ARBICO your time to shine!

The first picture is a ladybug pupa. The second one is actually a larval stage convergent lady bug.

Looks like your crop’s really, really safe for ladybugs. :stuck_out_tongue:

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The larva are far better predators than the adults!

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They sure are, this one plant has 6 large larvae looking to pupate, 2 small larvae eating away and 2 additional chrysalises. I am seeing at least 1 larvae and chrysalis per plant. This is roughly 2 weeks after releasing 12,000 adult ladybugs.

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Or plenty to eat? Lol

Plant damage is a passing problem at this point. There is minor evidence of feeding, but no pests to be found.

Carry on my minions!

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