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Whats up people

Looking to buy some ladybugs for my garden.

I am keeping all bugs under control at the moment via spraying my garden with my own mix.

However it is that time of year and the flowers are coming! So I would like to stop spraying and try alternate methods.


anyone know where i can buy ladybugs here is SA? Or any other predatorial mite for that matter.



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