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Question by Bees Nest: What on earth is getting at my tomato plants?!?
Something is eating the blossoms off my tomato plants. It’s like there is the main stem there and 4-6 little stems where the flower grew and the tomato would have developed if not eaten. I don’t know, maybe a little baby tomato started to develop and it got eaten. It’s gotta be an insect rather than a rodent because the plants are staked up 4 feet off the ground. What could this possibly be that would so specifically go after that part of the plant and at that stage of development?
The only insects I’ve seen are wasps/hornets/ bees. I’m not sure what they are. They are not honeybees, but look like wasps with yellow/black stripes. I thought they were good, but could this be what is eating them? If you know what it is, can you tell me what to do? I have three otherwise healthy plants and have only had about 18 tomatoes all summer.
Answer by Arlene
The problem I have is deer eating the tomato flowers.
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