The ladybird attractant is best applied in autumn to attract the bugs over winter. All you need to do is mix a little bit of the food with a drop of water to form a paste which you then apply to the ladybird tower entrance holes. Keep the food sachets cool and dry, they should keep for up to 4 months.
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Anonymous asked this question on 14th Jan 2010
Q: hi there. could you tell me what's in the ladybrid attractant? What ingredients?
A: Hi, this Ladybird Food/ Attractant is formulated by specialists and is a blend of natural ingredients, including sugar, yeast and food extracts. Robyn
Wildlifelover asked this question on 20th Jun 2010
Q: Do I make a thick paste to put on the holes of the Ladybird house ?
A: Hi, yes that's exactly right. Mix this food with water to make a paste and the attractant can be placed anywhere, but is particularly good placed on the holes of the ladybird house. During the height of summer, this attractant is not as necessary as aphids and other creatures are usually present in higher numbers. This food is particularly useful in spring and autumn. I hope this helps. Robyn.
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