I'm starting non-stop begonias from seed and saw something that looked like a completely...
transparent worm in the starter tray today, which quickly burrowed down into the soil. Anyone know what this might be, will it hurt the begonias, and if so how do I get rid of it without hurting seeds and seedlings?
i believe it is a nematode..whether it is a dangerous one or not its really hard to say..the dangerous ones usually hit the roots and might even kill the plant but they must be "compatible" with the plant in order to attack it..use google and see if begonias are vulnerable to any kind of nematodes..
Hope I have helped
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