[Jacob-list] worms---identification question
wolfpen at rabun.net
Sat Feb 10 09:31:58 EST 2001
Congratulations on your ewe lamb!
I think you are talking about Japanese Beetles grubs. We have alot of them around here. One
year we had some serious rain and the grubs all came to the surface. The dogs spent days
eating them - not a pretty sight! - but that summer we had the only Japanese Beetle free
garden around while neighboring vegetable gardens were being destroyed by the beetles.
On Sat, 10 Feb 2001 09:03:55 -0500, iseespots wrote:
>I keep forgetting to ask this question, and every time I go turn up some
>debris in the sheep shed or sheep yard, I think of it.....
>What type worm is it that you see 1-2 inches below the surface of the soil
>during the winter, usually in an upright position, 1/4-1/2 inch across,
>predominantly white but with colored head (think also other end)......
>What do these critters turn into in the spring? My theory is they are the
>Mary Ellen---with 1 ewe lamb and 1 ewe thinking about delivery!!!
>ISeeSpots Farm www.iseespots.com
>Home of Jacob Sheep, and German Angora Rabbits,
>colored German Angora crosses and a few French.
>Renewable fleeces, loving personalities, friends.
>Jacob-list mailing list
>Jacob-list at jacobsheep.com
Registered Jacob Sheep
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Jacob-list