Identifying Insect Eggs on a Tomato Plant?

I found these on my tomato plant, any idea what kind of eggs they are?
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May 30, 20200 found this helpful
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It sounds like you could be dealing with stinkbugs, aphids, or tomato hornworms. All these seem to leave yellowish egg clusters on the undersides of leaves.

Constant vigilance and picking the eggs off is one solution.

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May 31, 20200 found this helpful
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Yes, they are tomato worms. I have to go through the garden every couple of days & pick them off. You have to squish them, too, so I wear garden gloves.

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