Egg laying Moths
Last year I started several varieties of tomatoes from seed. I started them too early but they all produced a Lot of tomatos but I threw 99% out.
I searched the internet last summer when I first started seing this happen. Although I couldn't find a picture of the exact worm I did find that it is not uncommon for moths to lay eggs on tomatos and when the larva hatches they some how get through the skin of the tomato. I looked in several holes in my beautiful tomatoes 1/4 to 1/8 inch deep to see squiggling green worms,hence me throwing out all that had holes in them. I believe this had something to do with me starting them too early and we had a very cool spring. I gave away a lot of plants and as far as I know everyone I gave plants to had the same problem. I started the plants in my basement not to far away from a package of bone meal( bone meal when left to sit without an airtight container always breeds moths), could this be how my problem started?
I don't know but I threw away bushels of beutiful tomatos last year. I believe this is something I somehow caused?
Any answers or questions greatly appreciated.