A New Resource: Helpful, Harmful, Harmless?

When you find a bug in the landscape, do you know if it is a good bug or a bad bug? The landscape hosts a diverse collection of insects and other tiny life forms. Some survive by being a plant pest. But many others are beneficial by eating the “bad bugs” and some do no harm at all. This handy, full-color guide can help you to identify and understand the ecological roles of many important groups of insects and other small organisms common to Florida landscapes. Learn which bugs are good, which ones to control and which ones to ignore. Insects are categorized as helpful, harmful or harmless. Recently updated, there is fresh information, new photos, and a convenient new format in this exciting revision. SP 130 Price: $18.00

Available here: http://mytest.ifas.ufl.edu/p-153-helpful-harmful-harmless.aspx


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Posted: February 27, 2018

Category: AGRICULTURE, Horticulture, Pests & Disease
Tags: Bad Bugs, Beneficial Insect, Cflandscapes, Good Bugs, Pest Control

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