In pest management what is a beneficial organism or "beneficial"?

Pest Management In and Around Structures April 18, 2012|Print

A beneficial organism or "beneficial" is a living thing that may reduce pest problems by feeding on pests. A yellow jacket can be a beneficial in gardens for example, by capturing and removing plant-eating caterpillars to feed its young, and a pest when near or entering structures.

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