View Single Post
Old October 2, 2017   #9
PureHarvest
Tomatovillian™
 
PureHarvest's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Mid-Atlantic right on the line of Zone 7a and 7b
Posts: 1,365
Default

So an update after an observation.
A few of my lettuce plants wilted and died. Maybe 4 out of 50. They were not dry.
Pulled them up and found a single wire worm burrowed into the main stem.
So I know they are present.
A few feet away, I have Hakurei Turnips (which are really radishes) growing. As I have been harvesting them, they have all these sunken and circular blemishes on them. Reminded me of the wireworm damage on your garlic, just none of the woody/dried scabiness around the wound Probably because they are not in the ground long enough to do this.
Then it dawned on me it has to be wireworm damage on the turnips. And that radish indeed would be a good trap crop.

Last edited by PureHarvest; October 2, 2017 at 03:31 PM.
PureHarvest is offline   Reply With Quote