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Old 04-05-2020, 07:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I would really like to get some apricots this year. Every year I have hundreds of fruits go bad because of bugs. I have tried all the organic stuff and some seven dust last year. I apply every couple weeks but no luck. As of now the fruit is only about a week out of flower and it’s the size of peas.
What can I get for my sprayer and how should I do it? I have never treated the ground around tree could this be the issue?
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Nothing is better than eating ripe stone fruit (peaches, apricots etc. ) from your backyard tree But, stone fruit are very prone to diseases and pests and will almost always require following a spray schedule. Your best bet is to contact your local county agent for guidance for your area. Here's a generic answer but may not be best for your location.
https://www.pubs.ext.vt.edu/content/...8/ENTO-336.pdf

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Have you tried organic pyrethrin? I just knocked out some beetles on my persimmon tree a few weeks ago:

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I had apricot pests for a while. I can say that it is hard to get rid of them, but still possible. Besides, those pests can infest other plants. I had my apricot tree close to the grapevines. So, grapevines got infected too. I tried different home remedies to get rid of them, but nothing really helped me with my problem. That’s why I decided to call specialists who can determine what type of bugs has infected my garden. I think it was the best solution, instead then chopping that tree. The service I called did everything for me, and it helped me save my tree and other plants.

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Are your pests airborne, or do they originate in the ground? Knowing what to fight against makes a big difference is assessing the situation and making a recommendation.
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