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Old March 22, 2018   #1
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Old March 22, 2018   #2
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Yes it's common and will take out your crop immediately. By ALL MEANS stay away from this one.

It's one Brutal and Devastating affliction.


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last year I had a clutch of guinea keets hatch out in my garden and did not see a single insect . This wont work in most gardens and I have to admit that a lot of the tomatoes where guinea pecked before I got them
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Last year I fed all my seeds & skins from processing tomatoes to chickens. Not in my garden, though.

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