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Yes, that is a caterpillar in a cocoon on your dill, best to remove it immediately and place outdoors. Dill is a favorite nursery for some interesting butterflies. Yes, those are aphids on your basil. This raises the interesting problem of control. Whether you use neem oil or soap and water you have to ask yourself whether you want to eat something that may ...


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I can not tell from the pictures what you are asking about. If the leaves are not getting holes in them or otherwise showing signs of damage it may not be a problem at all. There are many bugs in the soil and in the environment which will crawl on plants but will not significantly damage them. And then there are some bugs which do slight damage but the ...


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Depending on the drainage of the soil content that your bed is laying on and if it's open on the bottom there's a lot of scenarios to take into consideration if you're sitting on a Sandy based area and your bed is open on the bottom the water is going to perk straight through with no issues. sand actually allows water to go through it quite quickly clay on ...


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