I had this tomato plan in a big terra cotta pot. Potting soil, which I
have never had good luck using with tomatos. It seems I can't keep it
moist enough. In any case, a less than robust plant. Yesterday, I
looked at it as I passed, and noticed that half the leaves were
missing,except for the stem and the main vain running up the middle. I
looked closer and found a horror movie of a thing. It was about the
diameter of my ring finger, and 3/4 the length. Green the color of the
tomato plant stem. It looks like it has no features. No eyes, no
mouth. Is this the famous tomato horn worm? I think I can control them
by removing them, but if they can eat half of a plant in one morning...
What to do?