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Digging up Grubs
[caption id="attachment_2728" align="alignnone" width="2448"] Enter Grubs dug from the overwintered veggie garden[/caption]
Preparing the street beds for spring planting I first pulled the winter plants (kale, cilantro), hoed the weedlets, and mixed in complete organic fertilizer (COF). During this process, I unearthed nearly 40 large grubs of varying designs.
Happy happy day for the hens.
Is there a professional or amateur entomologist out there who can help me identify these guys? What do they become? Continue reading
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