Sharing with hornworms
It has been a horrible year for tomatoes here. I think I've picked four tomatoes all season... sad. I've had some hornworms that have done quite a bit of damage, but I still have a few dozen tomatoes that are intact and FINALLY starting to ripen.
Anyway, do you guys see any reason NOT to eat tomatoes that appear to be undamaged, but are from plants that have had several hornworms living on them? I would like to have at least one of my Pink Girls & Goliaths. Thanks!