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Re: Slugs

In a message dated 6/2/1999 7:38:14 PM Central Daylight Time, 
briard-hosta@kos.net writes:

<< Now again for the 25th time, what is the difference on the leaf between
 slug damage and cutworm damage? >>

Cutworms eat the inside the perimeter. The hole is usually very "clean," 
somewhat like a rectangle. 
Slugs leave either a pinprick hole or an irregluar jagged one inside the 
leaf. Black Vine Weevil damage is shown on the edge of a leaf--very jagged.

Clyde Crockett z5
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