STORAGE

Some common insects in the garden

Bean Leaf Beetle

Commonly found on bean plants

Millipede

Most millipedes eat decaying leaves and other dead plant matter. Some eat fungi or suck plant fluids, and a small minority are predatory.

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earthworm

They are commonly found living in soil, feeding on live and dead organic matter. In many soils, earthworms play a major role in the conversion of large pieces of organic matter into rich humus thus improving soil fertility.

The earthworm’s burrowing creates a multitude of channels through the soil and is of great value in maintaining the soil structure, enabling processes of aeration and drainage.

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Centipede

they are found in soil and leaf litter, under stones and dead wood, and inside logs.

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Woodlice

Woodlice mostly feed on dead plant material, and they are usually active at night.

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