Just wondering if anyone has any advice or theories... We've got a lovely new comfrey bed, planted on a terraced rock garden that had been let go for some time before we reclaimed it. The comfrey I planted in June was growing strong and healthy, then in the past couple weeks, we've seen the following signs: The ends of leaves kinda roll together, held by spider-like threads. When unrolled, there is a tiny black prickly caterpillar, in more damaged leaves, the caterpillar is naturally larger and greener, but still fuzzy/prickly. There are usually a nice mound of black eggs/droppings, not sure which. The leaves are being skeletonized from the ends back towards the stalks. Some plants have many leaves with these pests, and we are looking at a pretty sorry harvest of our crop if this keeps up. This is most frustrating, as I cannot find this exact pest in my insect book and have never had comfrey infested like this! We don't use products that are poisons but are looking at a good dose of BT. It just doesn't seem like we'll get ahead of them otherwise. We have been handpicking them off, but there are more the next day! :bash: There are healthy squash plants right near the comfrey, no caterpillars on THEM! (yet?) I can get pics of them if it'd help identify and destroy 'em. TIA everyone!