Regina releases ladybugs to battle aphids
About 300,000 ladybugs are being released in Regina's Victoria Park to control populations of aphids.
City officials in Regina, Sask. have decided to fight fire with fire in their battle to keep aphids from wreaking havoc on city trees. Hundreds of thousands of ladybugs have been released in Regina's Victoria Park as a means of driving aphid populations down.
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