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Old May 23, 2019   #14
Shrinkrap
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Join Date: May 2006
Location: N. California
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Originally Posted by MSchep View Post
Hey Shrinkrap, I don't know which part of Norcal you're in, but here in Los Gatos (south of San Jose), I've dealt with a larger-than-previous-years infestation of caterpillars which have been eating my peas and tomatoes. It took me a week or two at first (i thought slugs could be the culprit, but have a dog, and am hesitant to use sluggo), but I finally caught a couple caterpillars in the act. A couple Spinosad treatments have seemed to keep them at bay since then.

Good to know! Thanks. I have found caterpillars on my tomatoes, but the damage looks different, at least on the tomato leaves.


I am in the East Bay; climate more like central valley.
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