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eggs in the growbed

Discussion in 'What Pest is that ?' started by magnusthescott, Apr 29, 2014.

  1. magnusthescott

    magnusthescott Member

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    i got home from being away this weekend to finding my indoor herb garden being assaulted by caterpillars, and after doing a thorough removal found a spot in the bed covered in little green eggs and tips on removal?
     
  2. JohnDDuff

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    The little green eggs is most likely the crap that the caterpillars leave behind after munching on your plants.
    Anychance of a photo or 2 of the caterpillars. Dipel of Bacillus thuringiensis works well on caterpillars so long as they are small and not ready to pupate.

    Cheers
    John
     

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