Blackfly also referred to as bean aphid, and beet leaf aphid are small, black sap-sucking insects that are often found in gardens. The adults are about 1-2mm in size and have a pointed head and thorax. They also have wings, which they use to fly from plant to plant.
Tomato bugs are a common problem for tomato gardeners. There are many ways to deal with these pests, including using pesticides. However, it is important to understand the risks associated with using pesticides before you decide whether or not to use them.
Ladybugs are quite popular among garden insects. These red small round insects are also known as Lady Beetles or Ladybird Beetles. Though the red species is the most common, ladybugs can also be of different colors like yellow, orange, and black.
Pests are unwanted creatures in every organic garden. They usually cause minor damages which can be controlled with regular plant care. However, if you allow them to go unattended for too long, they may spread and inflict real damage to your plants, which are sometimes untreatable.
Aphids attack plants in groups and can produce serious symptoms including stunted growth, curling leaves, leaf patterning, and yellowing. These insects feed on both indoor and outdoor plants leaving a black residue on their leaves, stems, and buds.