Inscrit le: 16 Oct 2017
|Posté le: Sam 16 Déc - 12:27 (2017) Sujet du message: What's burrowing in my stubble turnips?
Some lambs have been turned into my stubble turnip mix and are grazing their way through it. I picked up a turnip bulb today, not massive, about the size of a golf ball perhaps, noticed that something had burrowed it's way inside, a hole about 5mm round worked it's way inside the root.
I cut the root in half with a knife and found approx 15 little critters living inside the bulb, very thin, a couple of mm long, moving round quite happily, on legs, not wriggling, from what I saw. yellowish brown in colour.
The light was leaving me and a camera would not show them up well enough, so no picture.
Any idea what they were please?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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