Looks like the Hornworms are active again.
I have dealt with these, fairly successfully I think, for a bunch of years. Finding and removing as many pupae from the soil is a good first start. They overwinter in the ground in the pupa stage. Vigilantly checking the plants every evening (when they're most active)...not as bad as it seems because you'll see the damage if they're there, and they leave piles of castings...find the poop and look up. One you develop an "eye" for them, you see them pretty easy. Finally, (and I don't know how this with the organic folks) an application of BTT (the same bacteria they use on gypsy moths, etc.) will stop the problem in its tracks. Its a bacterium that only infects and harms caterpillars...completely safe for humans. Works great for cabbage whites as well...ElizabethB wrote:Internet was screwing up so I could not give you a specific link. If you look at this site you will see a couple of sites for horn worms on tomatoes.