Answer: First, the obvious - are you sure they were actually worms? The funiculus portion of the tomato seed is white and comma shaped and protrudes from the end of the seed. Sometimes they appear to move which makes people think they're insects. If you're convinced the tomatoes had real worms, then my guess would be corn earworms, also known as tomato fruit worms. They love tomatoes and corn, and a few other vegetables. The bio-control Bt (Bacillus Thurengiensis) is effective against soft-bodied caterpillar type insects. <br><br>Better luck next season!
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