Fungus Gnats Attacking My Indoor Tulip Container Garden

Yikes. Much to my chagrin, My indoor tulip container garden is being attacked by fungus gnats. I could apply insecticide or wait until the soil dries for a while and see if the insects go away but the annoyance and gross factor prevail in this case. While they will continue to grow in their containers, they will do so now in the outdoors, next to my English rose container garden, where I am hoping they will enjoy themselves.IMG_3210

More information on this pesky and pesty insects and how to manage them can be found here: http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/insect/05584.html

 

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