Pest controlTomatoes What is Wrong with these Tomato Plants? by David The Good March 23, 2017March 22, 2017 written by David The Good March 23, 2017March 22, 2017 A viewer of my YouTube channel just can’t figure out what’s happening with his tomatoes: Quite a mystery. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Bluebird nest success!Alaus oculatus - the Big Eyed ElaterLacewing eggsTERRIFYINGPapaya Fruit Fly on Your Papaya Tree? Here's What to Do! 6 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Front-yard Gardens are a Revolutionary Act next post Kristie Wolfe’s Hobbit House Related Articles Prevent Citrus Greening With A Citrus Tree Guild? August 12, 2015 “Nathan’s Pet Snails” March 26, 2014 Three Easy Ways To Kill Slugs in the... June 22, 2017 Why Are These Beans Sick? And is it... September 8, 2016 The Paiute Deadfall Trap September 7, 2016 She talks to slugs January 27, 2018 The Best Mouse Trap? March 15, 2017 Wait! What’s in the bag? A surprise? July 25, 2013 Easy Pest Control – Crash Gardening, Episode 3 May 23, 2014 Alaus oculatus – the Big Eyed Elater June 4, 2013 6 comments keith March 23, 2017 - 9:31 am well played Reply David The Good March 23, 2017 - 10:44 am I laughed out loud watching this last night. Did not expect that. Reply Curtiss March 23, 2017 - 10:48 am I can’t believe he let that thing crawl on his face!! I can barely stand to grab them bare handed to throw them on the ground and squish them!! Where do they come from? Just when you think you will have tomatoes without the green worms, you wake up to devastated plants. Then you spend days tracking them down. Reply Danny Peace March 23, 2017 - 11:04 am Did he ever find out what was wrong? Reply Leslie May 13, 2017 - 11:43 pm What a good laugh before bed – it reminds me years ago that it was my dog that found them. He was GROWLING at my tomato plants, and I thought “what the heck??!” but he’s always right, so I kept looking, looking, (clever little buggers) and there they were! They shocked me – huge, bright green, and that red horn! A beautiful bug, really. Such a shame, though…my chickens just loved them. Reply David The Good May 14, 2017 - 6:52 pm That’s a smart dog – a hornworm terrier, I assume? 😉 Reply Leave a Reply to Curtiss Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.