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Fat Maggots

Nectarine growing in container, recently treated for peach leaf curl, began to wilt and leaves stopped growing. Soil was found to be full of horseshoe shaped maggots with brown heads


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#1 Comment By Heather On 04/27/2011 @ 10:52 am

These are grubs. It sounds like the grubs of one of the many kinds of scarab beetles that plague gardeners (japanese beetles being among them). These articles will help:
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