I'm so disappointed.

barb_roselover_inSeptember 7, 2012

I had planted a whole row of flowering kale in my raised bed because I thought it would provide me with some for my fall containers. Walked out into the garden yestrday and they have all been descimated (sp?) by I think grasshoppers. They are skeletons. Will they come out of it if I cover them? Thanks for any help if you have had the same thing happen. Barb

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bejoy2(8)

If they were seedlings, they're probably toast. If they were transplants, with several good-sized leaves, they'll more than likely grow new leaves.

    Bookmark   September 8, 2012 at 2:55AM
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