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Bugs in my germinating corn seeds

I am trying to find out what these bugs are that are eating my germinating corn seeds. I planted corn about three weeks ago and only have 3 plants growing, so I dug up a few of the seeds to find that some little white bugs seem to be eating/nesting in the seed after it started to grow. These bugs look like little tiny centipedes and are white. I have searched the internet with no luck.. can anyone help me? Thank you.
Question asked by: jchadwick

Asked on: 31 Mar 2010

They sound horrible whatever they are!

Maybe you could take a photograph of them and them upload to a website that deals with bugs and pests and that sort of thing, certainly I think without a visual graphic of some sort it is going to be hard for anyone to identify them as there are so many similar looking bugs and other critteres out there it is hard to narrow them down for experts otherwise!

By: knowitall
Replied at: 05 Apr 2010
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