If insecticide sprays are applied too late, the pests enter and eat inside the fruit where they are protected from sprays. If applied too early, the spray will dissipate and be ineffective when the insects attack.
If insecticide sprays are applied too late, the pests enter and eat inside the fruit where they are protected from sprays. If applied too early, the spray will dissipate and be ineffective when the insects attack. File Tri-City Herald
If insecticide sprays are applied too late, the pests enter and eat inside the fruit where they are protected from sprays. If applied too early, the spray will dissipate and be ineffective when the insects attack. File Tri-City Herald

Marianne Ophardt

April 28, 2017 1:48 PM

Garden Tips: Don’t want worms in your cherries? Know when to spray your fruit trees.

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