How to Feed Ladybugs.?


1. Place fresh grass in the bottom of a glass jar or bug cage. Add several twigs to provide the ladybug with something to climb and to allow children to watch the ladybug easily. 2. Drop two or three drops of water from a medicine dropper onto the
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Try plain and sweetened water (add sugar) and also try putting small worms/larvae (chewable for their size) and also try black ants' eggs or nymph (usually found under rotting wood)
Ladybugs eat leaves and plants but most eat aphids, scale insects. they are very low on maintenance, take
aphids. ladybugs will only eat plant juces if starving. typicly they are insectavores and they loooovee aphids. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?…. Source(s) gardeners
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