Monday Report Week 21

Remember that tomato hornworm I showed you awhile back?

I found another one. This one is only half the size of the previous one.

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And this one seems to be carrying something on it’s back.

I was just wondering…..is this the insect world’s version of this…..

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That picture was sent to me in an email. I have no idea of its origin.

Just when I thought the tomatoes were about tomatoed out, I am beginning to see new growth and more blooms.

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The green beans are really growing like crazy. Seems they like this cooler air.

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Autumn is beginning to show its colors here in the southeast.

I’m just hoping the frosts hold out a little while longer.

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14 comments on “Monday Report Week 21

  1. Those white things on the tomato worm are parasites that eat the worm from the inside out. There is a wasp that lays the eggs (I can’t remember the name of it). So the worm is doomed.

    The momma possum and babies looks neat.

    Thanks for visiting my Pick a Peck of Pixels blog and for your comment about the stag beetle.

  2. EEEW!
    I hate those green guys.
    I got two tomatoes yesterday and that’s about it.
    Autumn is showing here in WV for sure. The walnut trees out my window are losing there yellow leaves. A good rain and they would be almost bare!

  3. EEEEEEW!! We had a tomato worm invasion last week. They ate the tops off of 5 plants overnight. I picked them off (the leaves–I couldn’t touch them–gross) and put them in the street. The mess they made was SOOOOO disgusting!

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