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Insects still active in the fall and winter

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Insects have always been an integral component of nature and in the garden which can be defined as a humanly contrived artificial construct of plants from all over the world, there are insects which are viewed as good, bad or indifferent. The cold weather in November and winter usually kills exposed insects or drives insects into hiding. Many insects take refuge in mulch, leaf litter and human structures during the winter months and are only active on warmer days, but there are a few which will continue to thrive during these months.

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