Little Animals and Insects with Good Deeds at The Farm

Sometimes, we look down to insects, thinking that they only eat our leaves and ruin our soil. However, did you know that some insects actually bring benefit to our plants? Here’s some insects with good deeds:

  • Ladybug
    Rather popular in picture books and children nursery rhymes, ladybug is one of the insects that we love to have at the farm. The adults and larvae prey on aphids, spider mites and mealy bugs. Sometimes they also eat the eggs of predator insects at the farm.
  • Worm
    Worm is considered to be one of the most beneficial animals at the farm because they bring so much benefit. Worm in farm performs cultivation function, which increase soil porosity and allowing more oxygen to be absorbed into plant’s roots. On top of that, worm is also great in breaking down the farm’s organic waste and turning them into fertilizer.
  • Bee
    Bee is an essential pollinator for any farms or garden. Moving pollen from one part of the flower of a plant to another part is what they do, which is the process to fertilize the plant.  
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