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Codling moth

A widespread pest commonly affecting Apples. Adult Codling Moths emerge in late May and lay eggs on or near to the developing fruits from June to mid-July. The small grubs bore into the fruit and feed in the core region. The maggots exit hole is often visible in the side of the ripe fruit.

Product Solution: The newly hatched caterpillars can be controlled with Sprayday Greenfly KillerProvado Ultimate Fruit and Vegetable Bug Killer Ready to Use/Concentrate. The trees should be sprayed around the third week of June, repeated 3 weeks later. Provado Ultimate Bug Killer Ready to Use after blossom fall.

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