About - Leaf miners are the larvae of an insect that lives in and eats the leaf tissue of plants. These pests are aptly named as they literally bore tunnels between and through the tender layers of your plant leaves.
Monitoring - The damage left behind by the leaf miner is easily spotted. It will appear as white or yellow discoloured squiggly lines on your leaves.
Treatment - Diglyphus iseae is on of the most effective methods of stopping leaf miner damage. They instantly paralyze their prey with a toxic sting. Dacnusa sibirica eat leaf miner prey from the inside out.