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Old June 1, 2016   #1
cassiani
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Default wireworms

I saw a couple of orange worms as I was digging holes and planting my tomatos 2 weeks ago. I didn't had time to look for it at the moment so I just put my babies in the ground as usual. Today I remembered about it and made a quick google search. This is it I have ''wireworms''.

Based on my research it seems complicated to treat... I have been using my garden space for 15 years and always hed great result... should I be worry about those worms or is it common to have some?

If I found a few worms in deep soil on early spings can I assume I had some last year and didn't even notice it??

Please can anyone share some experience?

I started inside on april 1st my garden is already growing good, have 21 plants all of them have 3-5 fruit.
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