Wednesday, September 30

Preparing our apple trees for the onslaught

Apples are often damaged by codling moth larvae burrowing in and out of the fruit. They are also attacked by winter moth larvae and other crawling and flying insects. So this year we decided to make a concerted effort to control the bugs and hopefully improve the quality of our fruit!

To read about how we intend to try and minimise insect damage click here

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