Millipedes

Scientific family: Detritivores

A group of arthropods that are characterised by having two pairs of jointed legs on most body segments; Most millipedes are slow-moving detritivores, eating decaying leaves and other dead plant matter. Some eat fungi or suck plant fluids, and a small minority are predatory. Millipedes are generally harmless to humans, although some can become household or garden pests, especially in greenhouses where they can cause severe damage to emergent seedlings.

Products to Use Millipedes

Patrol Lawn Grub and Beetle Killer

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Patrol Lawn Grub and Beetle Killer controls lawn beetles and lawn grubs in lawns and garden beds. The product also controls ants, earwigs, millipedes, mole crickets and slaters in garden beds and lawns. Patrol Lawn Grub and Beetle Killer is available in a convenient resealable bucket to keep product fresh and safe from pets or children. […]… View Page

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