Impatiens Plants

getting rid of cutworms

Anonymous added on September 4, 2015 | Answered

Something has killed my impatiens that I have planted in front of my home. I think it was cutworms but have not seen a photo of them. It has a hard green shell that is scored. Only by reading a description of what they do is why I think it was cutworms. How do I get rid of them? And how often? Any advice is helpful.

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    Answered on September 8, 2015

    If it is cutworms, then this article will help:

    Neem oil may help with cutworms too, as well as most other insect pests. Here is more information:

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