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I thought it would be good, after the info on pesticides, to see natural pest control in action: ladybirds breeding up on aphid-infested gone-to seed dill. The whole plant is covered in ladybirds and their larvae, and it seems to have happened in less than a week..

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Comment by Elaine de Saxe on November 2, 2015 at 15:24

Nothing like nature at work. At one time the Okra was infested, you-know-who sprayed it with fly spray. Oh dear. Anyway, the pix tell the story.

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