They look like moth or butterfly eggs. If so, it takes a sizeable flutter-bug to spew out that many eggs and your pretty much guaranteed to have a non-beneficial emerge. By rule of thumb, I like to eliminate any questionable eggs if I know they aren’t something I want to keep, like mantis, lacewing, ladybug, parasitic wasps, hover fly’s, and spiders.
Try companion planting something like corn to serve as your pesticide acceptable decoy plant. You can plant corn with like lavender or something bright and attractive to aphids/mites/butterfly’s/etc, to draw many of them away. Then you can utterly annihilate those decoy plants with stuff u don’t want to spray on your pot :).
Buying additional beneficial bugs to seed your area with can help, but generally, the composition of the population of insects in your mini-ecosystem shouldn’t be disturbed. You remove one link from the chain, another will suffer, and then you get imbalances with bugs that may no longer have food or predators.