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srt starts with ...
The first fruit fly D. tryoni has appeared on the first day of Spring.
Commercial orchards are not permitted to use Lebaycid or Rogor. And they don't like yeast autolysate as it only prevents 90% of stings. What are they going to do?
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Boris Spasky says...
Once upon a time fruit like quince had to be removed before spring to help break the cycle.
I guess it leaves netting as the only full proof solution at present. Expensive upfront outlay but already used by commercial cherry growers against hail.
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jimmythe morph says...
Hail nets are not small enough mesh to stop f.fly ,methinks.
Adult f'fly can overwinter in most parts of NSW. Rumour has it they lurk in citrus bushes.
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