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Last year I wrote a blog about cuckoo spit, in which I documented the fauna that had appeared in my garden after I had transformed it from a paved courtyard. I celebrated the arrival of butterflies, birds, froghopper nymphs and moths, but was less
damage from Plum Moth. I'd recommend haning pheromone moth traps in your trees early next year to catch the male moths. It's too late now .... the damage is done. I use plum moth traps as well. A few early plums are usually affected with little pink
my spending a small fortune on sprays (mostly Provado Ultimate bug killer), the general appearence of the plant is moth eaten and the smell as I go in and out of the front door is atrocious. Any helpful advice would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
to no good, but rarely ever seen. Now you can catch them, and the gruesome evidence brings a big smile to my face. (It can't only be me, surely?)I invested in a Plum Moth Trap and Apple Codling Moth Trap in May. These comprise of a green plastic shelter (bird
i was weeding down my allotment today and i saw this was attacking every moth and butterfly which landed on this globe poppy or thistle are they natural enemys wasp was attacking the moths spelling mistake Very interested to read about hummingbird
ive planted a apple/a pear/a plum/ a cherry ive read about a fruit moth and some thing called sticky tape i think it was where do i get it from where do iput it and when ????? plus do i spray or any other prevention measures i should do and when
you to do the sme on moths?ruth My wife caually announced there are some strange larvae on your cob nut tree. They have their feet all at one end! In horror for some reason I thought of colorado beetle from her spotty description. Anyway relieved
, and the bigger ones almost have a ‘seam’. I’d almost think they were snail eggs but I thought they would be below ground. Any ideas? Looks like the sap one gets when a Plum moth larva has entered/exited the fruit.
to replace themCover productive areas of herbs and salads with cloches for protectionSow hardy peas under clochesWrap grease bands around the trunks of fruit trees to protect them from winter moths
the next day.At first I wondered if it was pilfering the guinea pig’s spilled food, but now I think it’s after moths.Although the weather is still warm and comfortable through the evenings, the nights are already drawing in and where before I was working