Cutworm

Cutworms are dull grey brown fat caterpillars with a shiney head often curled at the base of young plants. They feed at night on the stems of young seedlings and transplants where they sever the seedling at ground level, sometimes consuming the entire seedling. Damaged plants wilt and die.
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Cutworms are dull grey brown fat caterpillars with a shiney head often curled at the base of young plants.  They feed at night on the stems of young seedlings and transplants where they sever the seedling at ground level, sometimes consuming the entire seedling. Damaged plants wilt and die.

Cutworms are dull grey brown fat caterpillars with a shiney head often curled at the base of young plants.  They feed at night on the stems of young seedlings and transplants where they sever the seedling at ground level, sometimes consuming the entire seedling. Damaged plants wilt and die.
 

  • Cutworms are dull grey brown fat caterpillars with a shiney head often curled at the base of young plants.  
  • They feed at night on the stems of young seedlings and transplants where they sever the seedling at ground level, sometimes consuming the entire seedling.
  • Damaged plants wilt and die.

 

  1. Cutworms are dull grey brown fat caterpillars with a shiney head often curled at the base of young plants.  
  2. They feed at night on the stems of young seedlings and transplants where they sever the seedling at ground level, sometimes consuming the entire seedling.
  3. Damaged plants wilt and die.