How to Control Lace Bugs in Your Garden
Lace Bugs - What a beautiful name for such a lovely little creature, although they are even prettier when they are DEAD!!!
Sure, Their Name Is Pretty...
- Lace bugs are so named because of the beautiful and intricate designs on their wings that resemble fine lace. However, make no mistake, these beautiful little creatures will eat your ornamental plants and shrubs and never shed a tear. Because they stay on the underside of the leaves of your plants, by the time you notice them being there, they could have already done significant damage to your plants.
- This article is dedicated to helping you save your plants from these pesky bugs.
This is what those pretty little pests leave behind for YOU to deal with.
By All Means, Protect Your Medical Marijuana From These Bugs!
Close-Up of a Sycamore Lacebug
The sycamore lacebug feeds primarily on sycamore trees.
Lace Bugs - Up Close and Personal
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