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What bug,looking like a flea would be eating holes in bok choy?

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asked Aug 20, 2012 in Pest Control by anonymous
   

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They are  flea beetles when the foliage of your plants looks shot through with tiny holes. Flea beetles are hard-bodied, shiny black to dark green bugs the size of a pinhead- about one-sixteenth of an inch long. Some species have yellow or white markings. They are found throughout the United States and are especially active in hot, dry weather.Refer this link to know more about Flea Beetles: http://www.gardentoad.com/problmfleabeetle.html
answered Nov 16, 2013 by answerwiz Inquisitive Expert (94,860 points)

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