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Re: Cutworms


Thanks Dan and Sue,
I'm familiar with cutworms as a predator to corn but didn't know I would be finding them at work in my garden, attacking the Hostas.  I will tell you one thing, that H. 'Cinnamon Sticks' must offer one highly delectible morsel, right at the base of the petiole, because it was the only plant that was touched but yet they nailed every single leaf.  I'm going to have to try those in a salad some time! 
 
Hosta la Vista...
 
Andrew Lietzow
#1 Plantsman at http://HostaHaven.com
1250 41st Street
Des Moines, IA 50311-2516




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