If there are tons of lady bugs on there then don't do anything. The beneficials are there for that reason. There is nothing, organic or otherwise that can tell the difference between a good bug and a bad one. Let the good ones do their job.
Joined: Mon Aug 25, 2003 3:12 pm Posts: 111 Location: San Antonio,TEXAS
Sure wish I had a great crop of lady bugs. I have a different problem. The stems of my crookneck squash appear to be rotting. I cannot tell if it is being eaten, or is just a disease. The plants are on hills, good sun, allowed to dry and not watered too much. have had good sets and fruits but the rotting seems to be getting worse and is killing the plant.
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