[NAFEX] Interstem Apples
markl at nytec.com
Tue Sep 9 12:50:47 EDT 2003
I'm glad you asked what the maggot looks like. Looking at this picture of
the apple maggot
and the codling moth larva,
I think most of my damage is from codling moth. I conclude this based on
the dark colored head of the "worm" and the kind of damage that it is
causing. The damage I have has only one entrance and one exit hole, as
The apple maggot seems to do a lot of meandering through the apple, which I
How do people control codling moth? Where can I get codling moth traps?
Anyone have experience with Bulls-Eye bioinsecticide from Gardens Alive?
-Mark Lee, Seattle
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[mailto:nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org]On Behalf Of Sam Franc
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 4:41 PM
To: North American Fruit Explorers
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] Interstem Apples
Mark Lee wrote:
>I live in a climate like yours, and also use minimal sprays. What do you
>to control apple maggot.
Don't really have any.
At least there are no worms in our apples that I know of.
Worst problem is something bites a hole and sow bugs get in and start
We dry most of our apples and use a corer-peeler gadget.
There may be a spot in every 100th apple I have to cut out.
On the drops which we turn into apple sauce, we will have to cut out the
What does a maggot look like?
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