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Citronella- cultivation, benefits and project report

Citronella is a tall, perennial barbed wire grass that is widely popular for its aroma and insect repellant property. The Citronella oil is mainly used in Soaps, Incent sticks, and Mosquito repellants. They resemble the smell…

Swoon-worthy Harlequin Rabbit

The Harlequin rabbit is a lively, docile and intelligent rabbit. Harlequin rabbits are regarded as pets for your kids due to their gentleness. They are the clowns of the rabbit world, both with their colorful…

Can Lionhead rabbits stay outside?

Lionhead rabbits stay outside require a good enclosure to protect them from changing temperatures and predators. There are a lot of advantages to keeping Lionhead rabbits outdoors than keeping them indoors. We will also list…

Glamorous Peacock Farming

Peacock farming is mainly for feathers and their beauty. The eggs and meat are all secondary. It’s plenty of challenges, though it looks like a business enterprise. Peacock can be a poultry bird, such as…

Is There a Vegetarian Snake?

Snakes really can’t prosper on a vegan diet. They are what’s called an “obligate carnivore”, as well as need animal matter to survive. If you prepare on raising a vegan snake, don’t do it, as…

Stink Bugs – Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Info & Prevention

The most common occurring Brown Marmorated Stink bugs are an insect of size 1.7 cm having a shield body. The stink bug is generally dark brown in color. Native to Japan, Taiwan, China, and the Korean Peninsula. The Brown Marmorated stink…

How many types of Stink Bugs are there?

There are around 200 types of Stink Bugs in the United States alone. Most of the stink bugs are herbivorous(feed on plants sap and fruits), only a few are carnivorous(feed on other insects, caterpillars, and herbivorous stink…

Where did Stink bugs come from?

In 1996 the Stink bugs were first recorded on Adam Island in Allentown, Pennsylvania, the United States. Stink bugs are not native to the US. They are probably introduced in America by shipments from China. The same year…

Terrifying facts about Stink Bug Eggs

Stink Bug eggs are in a cluster of 30 to 100 at a time. The female stink bugs lay eggs on the underside of the plant leaves, mostly on the feeding plants. The eggs are barrel-shaped and…