Discover how to control thrips by taking advantage of their plant-specific qualities.
What are thrips? Some of them have wings, and the species is broadly divided into two sub-groups: the Terebrantia and the Tubulifera, distinguished by the different shape of their abdomens and prominence of a body part call the ovipositor.
Discover how to prevent thrips, about pruning, pesticides, and protective mulch.
A look at the thrips lifecycle (Thysanoptera), feeding habits, and the wide variety of species.
Thrips CAN fly. Immature thrips have no wings and cannot fly, but by the time. . .
Ladybugs DO eat thrips. Ladybugs, or lady beetles, are considered a beneficial insect due to their penchant. . .
Thrips DO bite humans. If you have ever been bitten by something but look down to find nothing there...