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by tkhooper on March 23, 2005 11:29 AM
Hi i have a bunch of roma tomato seedlings that are just now sprouting their first set of true leaves. What I noticed yesterday is that the seedling leaves look like something is munching on them. They are going from smooth edged to serrated. I can't see anything on them but I don't see to well. What should I do?

Wish I had a camera but I don't.

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by obywan59 on March 23, 2005 05:01 PM
Maybe some sort of caterpillar or beetle. Look around closely if you can. Pick it off if you can see it.
It also could possibly be a small slug. A larger one would have made short work of your seedlings. Look under your pots, they hide during the day.

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by Sorellina on March 29, 2005 05:41 PM
Are your roma babies outside or inside?

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