My apple trees are just starting to blossom here in
eastern Massachusetts. Generally they produce much
fruit, but mostly infected with worms.
What pesticide might I apply to eliminate the worms
and have some apples I can eat for a change?
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On 8 May 2005 10:52:00 GMT, email@example.com wrote:
:) What pesticide might I apply to eliminate the worms
:) and have some apples I can eat for a change?
The two most likely choices you will see will malathion and
permethrin. Probably will have beter results, less spraying with
Lar. (to e-mail, get rid of the BUGS!!
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You missed an opportunity to kill some of the insect eggs by smothering them
with dormant oil earlier in the year. After petal drop, I would start with a
orchard spray containing both a pesticide and a fungicide. That saves you doing
separate sprays for both problems. If the general orchard spray doesn't work,
can roll out the big guns and go for specific pests like coddling moths, etc.
of these insects, traps can be hung from the trees to help control them. In
many cases, its not the
strength of the chemical, but how often you spray. If you let several
weeks go without spraying, you may be opening a window of opportunity for some
nasty bugs. It would help to know exactly which kind of bug is giving you a
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