Tip of the Week
Already thinking about all of the fresh fruit your fruit trees will produce this summer? To keep that fruit from going bad and crawling with insects, now is the time to start thinking about spraying your fruit trees to prevent those insects!
You can spray your trees after the trees are done blooming and the petals have dropped. Almost all fruit trees should be sprayed, including apples, cherries, and peaches, among many other types of fruit trees. As the weather warms out, insects start coming out, like Aphids. Apples should be sprayed after the they are done blooming and then sprayed again two weeks later. Cherries should be sprayed after they are done blooming to prevent insects and then again later to prevent cherry fruit flies.
At Delaney's, we have traditional and organic fruit tree spray options. Come on in to see what kinds of sprays we have and to ask any questions you might have! See you in the garden!
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