Friday, December 29

Prepare your trees for a fruitful new year!

Do you have a plum tree which looks like this in July but recovers slightly by September?

If you have it might be suffering from Brachycaudus Helichrysi or plum leaf curling aphid. Now is the time to take action to rid your plum tree of this pest. Don't wait for your tree to develop the symptoms shown in the picture - take preventative action now! Click here to read more.
Other fruit trees also benefit from preventative treatment taken at this time of year.

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