Info this week 36

The end of season is approaching, so predators are more seldom. Therefore some other pictures that might be interesting.

The one i love the most is the young lacewing larva, eating its way through a colony of spider mites. They were really doing a good job there.

The effect of an wetting agent is also good to sea.

And the the differences in the air in the substrate. In this case the coir with lots of air and the peat with only a little air.

The leaf wasp is a very active insect. The larva can cause lots of damage and are very hard to control. They look like a caterpillar, but don’t react on the same treatments unfortunately.


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