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Old June 12, 2016   #6
Worth1
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There are a lot of horn worm type worms out there not all of them eat tomato plants.
They have certain things they are attracted to and that is it.

Plus there is the tomato horn worm and the tobacco horn worm both will eat tomato plants but they aren't the same worm.
The moths even look somewhat like each other for many of these worms but they have slight variations to them.

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