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  • Ladybugs
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    Dead or dying saw only one bug alive total waste of money. Could not recover money no r get replacement. Should not be offering lady bugs for sale, even though climate and plant should have made a good home you cannot bring dead bugs back to life

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    belle5549 October 30, 2012
  • Hungry little buggers! Dined on my aphids!
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    Get rid of your garden pests the 100% natural way! Let the Ladybugs eat your problems away!

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    klusnia August 20, 2012
  • All Dead.
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    it took forever for this product to finally ship and when it was delivered the ladybugs were dead.

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    jbaum August 6, 2012
  • So fun!
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    It took forever to get my package. I was afraid I would get a lot of dead ladybugs but they were alive and kicking. It was so fun to see all of them exploring my herbs when I released them. They are doing a great job of taking care of my spider mite problem!

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    mountainturtle July 25, 2012
  • Lady bugs
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    Not sure if there were really 1,800 but there sure were plenty. They came in a timely fashion. Followed the directions to realease and it went well.

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    gaco July 6, 2012
  • How do you rate live ladybugs?
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    I loved the idea of releasing ladybugs in my organic garden...but wasn't too crazy about the staged release that required housing the 'yet to be released' bugs in my fridge so I let them all go at one time. From time to time, I see them in my garden and wonder if that's a local bug or one of my 'Overstock" imports!

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    jmbg June 14, 2012
  • Beneficial Ladybugs Help Garden
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    Basically, when ordering an item like beneficial insects, you need them to still be alive when they arrive. They arrived(pre-fed in some manner by the company) and came with an instruction sheet explaining how to best release the quantity in order to help garden. They were released in stages; to early to tell the effectiveness but that wouldn't be company's fault one way or the other. I did recommend and would again.

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    harharwood June 7, 2012
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