What does the phrase ‘all-natural preservative’ conjure up? Salt perhaps, or maybe vinegar? To some, the phrase might even sound oxymoronic. But, it’s, well, a natural in the insect world, especially when it comes to wasps.
By Ralph E. Mitchell Wasps are so amazing that I am going to continue on a roll with another beneficial wasp article. Imagine if you had a tiny automated drone programmed to find and kill cockroaches. How much… Read More
By Ralph E. Mitchell You may only have one opinion about paper wasps – bad! This opinion may have formed during a stinging encounter with one or more paper wasps after an accidental run-in. However, while paper wasps… Read More
Brown and Green lacewings, are beneficial insects that attack and feed on pests such as aphids, mealybugs, scale insects, whiteflies, and other soft-bodies insects. Because of this, they are important in biological control. Some green lacewing larvae are… Read More