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Hello! I am really unsure whyHello! I am really unsure why there are little nats around my plants. I am growing tomatoes in a topsy turvy, sweet banana peppers, bell peppers, green onion, sweet onion, garlic, cucumbers, lettuce, and multiple types of flowers in clay/plastic pots. Everything is growing amazingly and I am so proud of it. These nats are very confusing to me. I water them once a day because of how warm it gets down in Florida and since its been sunny out. My roommate is growing chives and mint. Can that be attracting these little critters to all of the plants? I am not understanding why these annoying bugs are even near the plants! Also how can I avoid bugs coming near my plants? I put coffee grinds in my soil and I use potting/garden (specifically for vegetables) soil. Is the soil way too damp where these bugs are growing in it or do my plants have a disease or something? Please help me out!

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