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Wild May

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Jason starts with ...
One trap installed 24 Hours ago attracted 29 fly's. I guess they are active at the moment AND Wild May is a good indicator of fruit fly activity.

I am going to back this up now with a weekly application program of Eco Natural Lure.
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JasonRutkowski1
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28th August 2007 3:58pm
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Karina says...
Jason,
is that Winmalee in the Blue Mountains? If so, it is very early for fruit fly and it means that someone near you hasn't cleaned up fallen fruit etc. If it is some other Winmalee, then please disregard this...
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Karina
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29th August 2007 2:15pm
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ben silver says...
Jason, I live near you and there is an influx of fruit fly each year Source?? I do not bother too much as at this time I have no susceptible fruit. I also use yeast autolysate +insecticide bait spray during the year weekly.
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29th August 2007 4:20pm
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Jason says...
Hi Katrina,

Yes it is in the Blue Mountains. I have lost some spectacular crops in the past due to the fruit fly, but hopefully not anymore. I will let everyone know how this program of fruit fly termination works.

I have been informed to get the program underway early as once the fruit start to develop its too late.
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30th August 2007 7:48am
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ben silver says...
Jason, If you are interested in exchanging plants and stuff let me know on bsilverstern@yahoo.com.au. Not many serious fruit nuts in the Mts.
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30th August 2007 9:32am
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R Lenhart says...
dear ben could you tell me how and when to youse your bait and where to buy it i live in wollongong regards rolf
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20th April 2008 11:09am
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asd says...
My advice is not to . It is in fact no use . Male flies do not harm fruit and the females are not attracted
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