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Very Good! I find myself having to tell people, "When you spray your plants, you're killing all the bugs, including the ones that are eating the bugs that eat your plants, and you're feeding the ones that eat your plants!"Tiny wasps, some look like bees, also hunt and feed their larvae as well as lay eggs on their prey. They feed on nectar as well, and flowers with tiny nectaries are foraged by them. Usually plants the have tiny flowers, and a fallow area are good for attracting them. It seems counter-productive to leave an uncut, wild patch of plants in the middle of the garden, but these tiny insects, ground beetles, fireflies, assassin bugs, etc, would have to go elsewhere to find food and shelter. What takes you a minute to walk, is comparatively miles for them...
What the heck is this for? What is a "Do not disturb Desktop light?"
Heh! Isn't "wood xylophone" redundant? Xylon = wood, phone = sound, voice!I want one!
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Conglutinated! That's a mighty megalocarpous word there!
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