Leaf-footed bugs, a close relative to stink bugs, like to attack tomatoes. They lay their eggs on old tomato vines. If those vines are not removed, those bugs will reappear next spring.
Leaf-footed bugs, a close relative to stink bugs, like to attack tomatoes. They lay their eggs on old tomato vines. If those vines are not removed, those bugs will reappear next spring. File photo
Leaf-footed bugs, a close relative to stink bugs, like to attack tomatoes. They lay their eggs on old tomato vines. If those vines are not removed, those bugs will reappear next spring. File photo

Garden clean-up fights bad bugs

November 10, 2017 02:00 PM

UPDATED November 10, 2017 10:28 PM

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