Lizards eating tomatoes?
After several failed attempts, I've finally gotten tomatoes to grow here in the desert (Scottsdale, AZ) by using a raised bed. The tomatoes are beginning to turn red, and I'll be darned if one by one they aren't being damaged! Each morning I find one tomato with a 1/2" wide hole that is about 1/2" deep -- just enough to ruin the tomato!
I suspect that lizards are doing it. I don't have rabbits (fenced yard); they don't look like bird holes; and I'm fairly certain that it isn't insects because it is just one a day. Today I actually caught a lizard sunning in the raised bed. Does anybody know if lizards eat tomatoes? And, if so, is the best solution to put netting around it?