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Re: Tomato Theives!

I'll bet you have slugs, Holli.  They can make holes that look like
tooth marks, and this weather has brought them out in hordes.
The sticky residue indicates slugs, too.  Tough luck, anyway.

In a message dated 08/17/2005 3:26:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Hollikft@aol.com writes:
Ok some thing is eating my tomatoes!  Seems whatever it is has BIG  TEETH!  
And there was a sticky residue on one of the tomatoes.  Have  no clue were 
came from.
At first I thought it was my dog Max, but the tomatoes on the back, where  he 
could not climb back there as I have them in containers against a wall, are  
the ones with the bite marks..
No sign of bugs either.

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