Do you have hornworms getting into your tomatoes that you’ve worked so hard to harvest?
According to Gardening Channel, having a dill plant nearby may just be the trick to keep the worms off your tomatoes.
It’s called “companion planting” and it can protect certain species from pests, without spraying them with pesticides.
Their idea for tomatoes is to plany a “trap crop” like dill. Tomato hornworms will attack the dill over your juicy summer treats.