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Insect hotel
Started by: berylh (1477) Report abuse
Evening all - friends of mine have an insect hotel in their garden. It was used last year for the first time and as spring beckons they are wondering if they have to clean it inside or if it takes care of itself with it's new visitors - any suggestions please.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2632) Report abuse
Insect hotels occasionally require some maintenance as diseases or pests, such as mites, can become an issue after a few years. Some hotel builders prefer to completely change the filler materials every two years. Most pest and disease problems can be reduced by making small, disposable sections, so you can place new infill materials in the same location for insects that use the shelter year after year.


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All my own words

Posted by: berylh (1477) Report abuse
Splendid, thank you so much this is really appreciated.

And in your own words

Posted by: jathbee (7947) Report abuse
Well done leccy. I didn't know you were an entomologist. My, we have a wide range of intellectuals on Wiggin World

Posted by: lectriclegs (2632) Report abuse
I also have a theory of general relativity that I am writing at the moment.

I'll post it as soon as it is complete.

Posted by: jathbee (7947) Report abuse
You do that, leccy. I'm sure it will be very enlightening. A lot more interesting than some of the twaddle that's posted on here

Posted by: berylh (1477) Report abuse
lectriclegs, My friends just got back to me to say thank you for the information you posted saying they have found it very helpful - so thanks once again

Posted by: lectriclegs (2632) Report abuse
You're welcome Beryl.

 
 
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