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6 28 May 2014 07:10
Most gardeners who love cherries know an unpleasant fact: after collecting ripe large drupes, it is found that they are affected by white worms. They have the art of spoiling the whole crop.
To avoid the multiplication of these pests, I dig the soil under the tree crowns every spring (around mid-April). At first, this method helped quite well: the worms almost disappeared. But lately, digging in does not help at all: when harvesting, a huge number of fly worms are found inside the cherry fruits.
I ask venerable gardeners to share their experience in dealing with this pest. What techniques do you use to kill plum (cherry) flies?
There is a lot of information on the Internet about the fight against this pest, but, basically, such information is only theoretical, they are ineffective. I beg you to answer my question to those who have personal experience in this problem.
Thanks in advance.
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