Recently , I have noticed that insects (wasps and/or bees)
inviding my asian pear at my backyard -- - Holes/cuts on
several fruits got holes or cuts on them.
Is there anything I can do to minimize this problem?
Thanks in advance,
If you have the patience, try covering the fruit with zip lock sandwich bags.
them as tightly as possible around the fruit and cut slits in the bottom for
to drain out.
jimmy firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
There are too may fruits on the tree. Putting platic bags
on them is not practical . I was hoping that there
would be some sort of chemical that I can spray
on the tree to discourage the insects.
OK. Someone earlier in this discussion mentioned "tamu", an acronym you'll
understand when you click the link below. The cooperative extension
***ABSOLUTELY DOES*** offer free information for home gardeners. If you
don't spot it at first, it's because you haven't looked hard enough around
One advantage to dealing with a local resource is that for ***SOME PLANT
PROBLEMS***, the timing of remedies varies with the region. You need to deal
with someone from YOUR area.
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