My tomatoes are getting eaten by a critter? Tried a net and it failed. How to stop it?
The tomatoes are green and have large bites taken out and still left on vine. Never had this problem before. Not sure what to do for next year?
Don't know what kind of critter, but try dried fox urine. You can buy it at your local garden center. Sprinkle it around your garden about one foot away. Make sure to put fresh stuff out every now and then and after it rains.
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