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steven
01:35PM, 27 Oct 2009
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DEBRA
Last year our grape vines leaves were attacked by caterpillars. What is the best way to control.

The caterpillars were large and black and all over the vines.

Submitted: 02:55PM, 05 Sep 2011
Answer: Hi Debra, These caterpillars are called the grapevine moth and can devastate the vine very quickly. Yates Success which contains Spinosad, an insecticide derived from a naturally occuring soil bacteria, will control these insects. Apply it when they are first seen and repeat 7-14 days later. The caterpillars stop feeding immediately but may take up to 3 days to die.
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Answered: 04:37PM, 05 Sep 2011

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