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small worms in tomatoe

Posted by jlester754 z9 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 27, 05 at 12:25

My tomatoes have been infected with something leaves are eaten and fruit has small entry holes and fills up with larvae or worms very small white ones please help


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RE: small worms in tomatoe

  • Posted by suze9 z8a TX (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 29, 05 at 14:21

I see you've just joined up -- there's a tomato problem solver post that can generally be found on the first page of this forum.

Specifically, I'd recommend you go to the link "how to manage pests". That may help you to pinpoint your problem a little better.


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RE: small worms in tomatoe

Here is a recipe for a tomato plant cocktail. This is for feeding, disease prevention and bug control. 1 gal water, 1/4 C baking powder, 1/4 C ammonia, 1/2 C epson salts and 1 can of regular (not light) beer. Douse plants six weeks after planting then 3 weeks later and 3 weeks after that. No more worms.


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RE: small worms in tomatoe

  • Posted by suze9 z8a TX (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 13, 05 at 16:20

Red, what ingredient in the 'cocktail' you posted would have any effect whatsoever on tomato worms?


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