The Garden's Predator Insect: The Corn Earworm

Get to know the predator insect the corn earworm that attacks vegetables in the garden like corn, tomatoes, beans, peas, peppers, squash, and other cultivated plants.

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The tiny egg of the corn earworm may be laid directly on its victim plant. The noctuid moth that grows from the corn earworm caterpillar is often referred to as the Miller Moth.
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