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Ask a master gardener: What’s eating my squash?

The larvae of the squash vine borer are white with a brown head and can grow to around an inch long. Photo / Brantlee Spakes Richter, University of Florida / bugwood.org

Cucurbits are easy to grow but they are threatened by a number of unfortunate pests that can make growing these fruits and vegetables much more difficult.

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