Question by  Scorn (11)

What are these tiny fluffy white bigs I see?

They seem to be all over my yard.


Answer by  maber (1427)

It sounds like you are talking about nats. They are a pesty little spring bug bug once the weather changes, they will be gone.


Answer by  manamana (203)

A wooly aphid. They live on plant fluids and produce filamentous waxy white covering that makes them look fluffy. They insert their needle like noses into the leaf, flower, stem, or root of a plant to drink the sap. They cause plants to have poor growth or yellow foliage. They are a pest.


Answer by  MrPKitty (329)

It could be thrips, or white flies. or wooly bugs. They are all sap sucking bugs and can easily over run a garden and kill it. You can get rid of them with a safe soap garden spray or natural predictors like lady bugs.


Answer by  catman529 (809)

They could be whiteflies, gnats, or some type of lace bug, depending on what plants are growing in your yard (some of these bugs are plant-specific)

You have 50 words left!