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Suddenly wilted leaves are indicative of early damage by squash borers. The moth lays eggs on the underside of the leaf, and the developing borers feed inside the stalk, eventually killing

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Submitted on Wednesday, February 27, 2013.

Suddenly wilted leaves are indicative of early damage by squash borers. The moth lays eggs on the underside of the leaf, and the developing borers feed inside the stalk, eventually killing it. It is generally too late to treat at this point.

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