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  • noun Plural form of cutworm.

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Examples

  • Other chewing insects, however, such as cutworms (which are caterpillars) come out at night to eat, and burrow into the soil during the day.

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  • As Beatrix has reminded you, bad information about your organic fertilizer is just as dangerous as cutworms.

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  •   “Oh, oh, oh,” I heard her say once and bent to see the cutworms in the ear of corn and it is bad and they are endless but as long as I am doing, death is not happening.

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  • Instead, they were soon plagued by dysentery from bad water and besieged by cutworms in the corn, famished to the point that they let the soldiers have their way with the women and even some young girls, with a price exacted in the form of rations.12

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  • Survey and evaluation of effectiveness of the parasites, predators and pathogens of cutworms affecting fruits, vegetables, field crops and grasses: November ...

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  • Survey and evaluation of effectiveness of the parasites, predators and pathogens of cutworms affecting fruits, vegetables, field crops and grasses: November ...

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  • My fault: Extinction of ants and cutworms on my front lawn.

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  • Coffee cans were used in the garden to protect young plants from wind and cutworms.

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  • Coffee cans were used in the garden to protect young plants from wind and cutworms.

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