What’s making these holes in his turnips? Likely, it’s a case of cabbage maggots, the larvae of cabbage root fly.
What’s making these holes in his turnips? Likely, it’s a case of cabbage maggots, the larvae of cabbage root fly. Richard Croft
What’s making these holes in his turnips? Likely, it’s a case of cabbage maggots, the larvae of cabbage root fly. Richard Croft

Turnip trouble likely linked to cabbage root fly

February 23, 2017 8:00 AM

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