All the baby spinach are covered in what looks a lot like eggs.
There is some, slim chance they are something good, but I'm told by various people that they might be snail eggs, or slugs eggs. If they are slug eggs, I'm going to have to do something drastic.
I think our snails lay eggs underground, and I met a slug couple under a rock that I moved. So I'm thinking slugs, but the eggs are tiny. Perhaps 0.2 millimetre. That's a baby spinach leaf, so these things a really small.
I don't like slugs so much.
Kind of, too... sluggy.
I don't even like the name.
Slug. Needs more g's
I found this interesting looking guy that I think might be a black soldier fly. If it is I'm very happy.
Black soldier fly or BSF, are a fly that has little in common with the house fly. For one thing they don't eat. They are really just the mating and egg laying retirement, of the BSF larva that eat compost. They don't bother people and, as far as I know, don't do any harm. They are just obsessed with compost. I know some people like that, and they tend toward the harmless end of the social spectrum as well.
BSF larva make great food for fish. If I do have some, I might try to breed some. Perhaps I already have. They might be the ones laying the eggs.
Whatever they are, there's going to be a lot of them.
I hope they're friendly.
[edit from the future - They're not friendly. My hatched bugs look like aphids]