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4/20/11 8:25 A

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Thanks for the information. I'd seen the trails on leaves before but didn't know what caused it.

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4/19/11 8:37 P

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Thanks so much for the info. That's the great thing about this site. You have a question and someone is always there to help! I decided to try a little Murphy's Oil Soap. Seems like it's discouraging the little critters. But I'll keep an eye on them anyway.

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4/17/11 11:25 P

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Now you can click directly on to the link.

www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/r783300911.h
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Funny when I read at 1st I was like "Sez Whyut"? I wasn't real clear what they said to do more of what not to do.

Last year I had a big problem in my cantaloupe leaves with them. So I knew I was doing something right when I got rid of the leaves, but eventually had to pull all the cantaloupes to save my other crops...

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4/16/11 5:42 P

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What you probably have is leaf miners. Here is a link about them and their control.

http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/r78330091
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I have white squiggly tracks (lines) on the leaves of my tomatoes, catnip and a few other plants. What's causing these and any suggestions on how to get rid of them?

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