Registered: April 2005 Location: Wolfeboro, New Hampshire is my home, 24-7-365 Posts: 1,686
Tomato Horn Worms are very hard to see as they hang in the shade underneath foliage. But this one, covered with white cocoons of the predatory Braconid Wasp,
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Rattlesnake Gal Senior Member
Registered: November 2003 Location: Southern NH Posts: 5,234
Wed August 24, 2011 2:21pm
It is recommended that when you find a tomato hornworm with larvae attached, it should be left in the garden so the emerging wasps can parasitize other hornworms. I always had trouble leaving it on my plant.