little white egg things
this year I'm growing Swiss Chard for the first time. I just got back from a few days away to find tiny white eggs that are about 2mm long each and quite thin, all in rows of 4-8 eggs on the undersides of the leaves (they look like someone neatly arranged a row of white lint). They are so small that I can't even photograph them properly. I also found chew holes on some of the otherwise beautiful leaves, but am not sure if these white eggs are hatching and feeding. I know that it's probably close to impossible to identify these eggs either as those of a garden friend or pest, but I was curious to see if someone might know of something that feed on Swiss Chard or leafy greens (or alternatively, something that feeds on the something which feeds on Chard or greens!). any input is welcome and many thanks in advance.