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3 farms I had sprayed…….all a guy had to do was follow the flocks of turkey. They were out there hammering the worms. It was almost comical to watch. 30 birds just running around like rats plucking them worms out of the grass.Do army worms taste bad to birds? I'd think that birds would find them in an open field and make quick work of them before they could decimate it. I've only ever seen them in clusters on trees, that they strip all the leaves off. We used to light their nesting balls on fire when we could get to them.
That's what I had envisioned in my mind. A flock of turkeys having at a smorgasbord, until no more worms were left. My chickens do that when they find a colony of bugs. It's comical. 1 makes the find, but they all join in within a minute or 2.3 farms I had sprayed…….all a guy had to do was follow the flocks of turkey. They were out there hammering the worms. It was almost comical to watch. 30 birds just running around like rats plucking them worms out of the grass.
From what I've been seeing pictures of I don't think brassicas are safe either.Although I have not personally seen them, I have received reports about army worms nearby my farm...so I suspect that I will see them when I there next, or the aftermath. What crops do they attack? What crops do they not destroy?
I ask because I have good brassicas, but I think I am understanding that they hammer cereal rye, alfalfa and the like, but not brassicas.