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Can a tomato frog eat tomatos?
yes they can eat tomatos but they can also eat mice,many tipes of bugs,even snakes!!!!
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Wash your tomatoes. Dip them in boiling water for 30 to 60 seconds or until the skins split. Remove them from the boiling water and immediately put them into cold water. Slip …off the skins and remove the cores. Leave whole or cut into halves. Put the tomatoes in a large saucepan and heat to boiling, gently mashing from time to time to create some juice. Boil gently for 5 minutes. Stir to keep them from scorching. Put the tomatoes and juice into clean jars, leaving 1/2-inch headspace. Add 2 tablespoons of lemon juice per quart to acidify. Add 1 teaspoon of salt per quart. Adjust the lids and rings. Process in a boiling water bath for 90 minutes. The water level should be 1-inch above the tops of the jars. Remove from canner, and let sit until they seal.
Tomato frogs live in the northwest part of the island of Madagascar.
Absolutely! Big and ripe ones located near the ground. Also strawberries.
No! Frogs do not eat human food for they are carnivores.. They eat flies, moths, mealworms, worms, and grub.
it is covered in silky,slimy skin
tomato frogs eat crikets, worms, and june bugs.
yes very poisonious due to white fluids exiting when in defense
In addition to possessing pleasant taste, fragrance, and texture, tomatoes are rich in nutrients, especially the antioxidant lycopene and vitamin C. Tomatoes also have a small… amount of dietary fibre and have few calories. and there MAD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
no they can not eat tomato.
Um...... Tomatoes drink water and eat sunshine, but they also eat plant food.
A tomato is botanically a fruit but was defined by the US Congress in the 1800's as a vegetable so that it could be taxed. Their reasoning was that they are used as vegeta…bles for culinary purposes. It is a red fruit with seeds and similar to strawberries and other red fruits with seeds.
yes. they do eat tomatose. i would suggest bug killer. but wash them off when you pick them
The person who asked the question has said: "We are having trouble in our garden that as soon as our tomatoes turn red AT ALL, the next morning they are GONE! Or the larger on…es are sometimes found half eaten laying in another spot in the garden. Help! We have not gotten to eat one ripe tomato this season!!!" Answer: It can be - ground hogs, rabbits, possums, raccoons, squirrels, rats, birds or even other animals like deer! Depending on where you live. Solutions: You can try repellent spraysBuy a cat or a dog to chase it away (what ever is eating out your tomatoes)You can always put out a live trap and bait it with tomatoesTry juicing hot peppers and spraying the fruit and leaves.