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License # 108150
Lady beetles are beneficial insects. They lay their eggs in alfalfa, trees, corn, flowers, and other agricultural crops. The eggs hatch and feed on aphids and any other small insects that they can catch. When the larvae matures, it will turn into a beetle.
When the weather turns cold in the late Fall, the beetles search for a protected place to spend the winter. That may be a thick wooded area, under a large pile of leaves, in the barn, or in your home.
The best control results when the structure is treated BEFORE the beetles crawl under the siding into your home. That means we should treat in late September or October.
If you have scheduled Quarterly applications, that will provide the best control.
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