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For the last two years these plants have been eaten to the veins by a bug that we call a stink bug. This year I started spraying them with Sevin spray as soon as the started to grow. Today I went out and found several leaves with perfectly round holes in line. Is someone messing with me or is there actually a bug that does this?
 
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A carpenter bee does exactly that but normally in wood. They are beneficial and don't cause very much damage. They are an interesting insect.
 
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