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Jun 10, 2011 7:10 PM CST
Name: bit
Eastern VA and NC
Zone 7b/8a
Misti, I completely missed that they were inside. Thanks for pointing that out. Though it does kinda ruin my theory Whistling I'm not sure what would make them wilt inside - perhaps a nutrient issue?

Cheryl, how big are the holes in the lace? Around here, flea beetles are the biggest pest we have on eggplants. They make distinctive pinprick holes, much smaller than something like a Japanese beetle would make. Of course, you get enough pinpricks and you still end up with lace.

I'm not sure if Sevin controls flea beetles or not. I use pyrethrin very successfully against them.

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