what might be eating the leaves of my collards and green beans? - Knowledgebase Question

ellenville, Ne
Question by gwenhicks48
July 2, 2009
something is nibbling the leaves of my collards and green beans

Answer from NGA
July 2, 2009


Flea beetles can leave small holes in the leaves, caterpillars or loopers can leave large holes in the leaves. You can try an application of insecticidal soap for the beetles or Bt (Dipel or Thuricide) for the caterpillars or worms. Hope this helps!

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