Check this out:
Last night I was reading the December 2009 edition of High Times. On page 122 there is a picture of a Ladybug with a note saying:Ladybugs provide organic pest control for dealing with spider mites, thrips and fungus gnats.
I have had little bugs flying around for a while, not quite sure what they are exactly. So I put up a flystrip and it's 'caught' about 40 of them. They seem to be almost all gone.
So this afternoon I go check up on my girls and low and behold!!! There is a Ladybug on one of my plants. I live in Michigan and it's been cold as hell lately, so I have no idea where this little one came from. I just thought it was such a coincidence, having just read about that last night!