OK I'm sure many of you are sick of this subject, but I
was digging around today out in the bed where I had such a bad infestation of
borer (you may recall my 4 garbage bag story) and I was wondering how I would
identify the borer pupae that may (probably are?) slumbering in the
ground. Specifically, how deep in the ground would they be and
approximately how big are they? Is it reasonable to be looking for them as
a measure against next year's infestation?
After what those ugly caterpillars did to my little
darlings, I AM ON THE WARPATH!
Thanks in advance for your help--
Skaneateles, NY (near Syracuse) USDA Zone