Care and Release Instructions
Control pests naturally with live ladybugs
Ladybugs eat aphids, spiders mites, whiteflies scale, thrips, mealy bugs, leafhoppers, bollworms, tomato fruit worms and many other soft-bodied insect pests without harming your plants.
Care and Storage
Take great care not to crush, freeze or overheat this bag of live ladybugs. Ladybugs can be stored in the refrigerator (above freezing) for up to 3–4 weeks.
Release ladybugs during the evening hours after sprinkling the affected areas with water. This will allow the ladybugs to settle in your garden and provide moisture for them to drink.
To help keep ladybugs happy in your garden, add flowering plants in spring that produce nectar and pollen to help sustain them until the pests they eat grow and reproduce.