The Q&A Archives: Can I still spray my apple tree

Question: My apple tree has already bloomed, is there anything I can spray it with for worms? They get in all the apples every year, and I forget to spray before it blooms. I wasn't sure if I could still spray or not, and what do you suggest I use?

Answer: Dorothy,
Yes, your County Extension Office has a free spray schedule available. It tells what to spray and when. I suggest you give them a call soon as there may already be damage occurring if the bloom period is past.

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