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caterpillar trouble

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by nritya on October 06, 2005 03:21 AM
My neighbour has a drumstick tree which seems to be infected by some caterpillars. I don't know whether they have sprayed some medicines or not but all of a sudden nearly a dozen of them have come in to my garden. They have almost ripped the leaves of a croton overnight and are now spreading to other plants. I tried spraying some rogor but it doesn't seem to be helping.What other pesticide can I use? Any help is truly appreciated. [Confused]
by Longy on October 09, 2005 02:51 AM
It would only take a few minutes to pick 'nearly a dozen' caterpillars off a plant. It would take longer to mix the poison.

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