10 Ways to Get Rid of Tomato Hornworms
“These enormous and rather dazzling-looking caterpillars are relentlessly destructive. They eat leaves whole and also cause massive damage to stems and fruit. You are most likely to find this damage beginning in midsummer, and if you don’t put a stop to it, tomato hornworms can ruin your entire growing season and your crops. You will see new adults emerging in late spring and again in the mid-summer. Read on to learn more.”
I was moving some plants around my porch the other day when I discovered a tomato hornworm. I wasn’t surprised to see it as this is the time of year adults are emerging, but I was disgusted and dismayed. Fortunately I had this advice from Plant Care Today to ensure that my plants are healthy and free from threats from these creatures.