We found a cabbage looper (Trichoplusia ni), a member of the moth family Noctuidae, in our broccoli. At least we know that broccoli from the Chinese store is fresh, and has more protein than you think! Yum!
Macro shot of a cabbage looper found in our broccoli. Toronto, Canada, photo by Don Tai
Macro shot of a cabbage looper found in our broccoli. Toronto, Canada, photo2 by Don Tai
Macro shot of a cabbage looper found in our broccoli. Toronto, Canada, photo3 by Don Tai
Inside a Solid Waste drop-in Depot, Toronto, Canada. Garbage everywhere.
Not all garbage is disposed of in the same matter. Here in Toronto, Canada we have fairly strict rules of garbage disposal. There are organics, recyclables and yard waste, all with their special pickup schedules. And then there the pickup for “the rest”, that that is destined for land fill, tilled down and buried into some hill, whereabouts unknown. Old shingles from my recent shingling task needed to be disposed of, so off to the Toronto Solid Waste Drop-off Depot I went.