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 Are there any peach trees that aren't susceptible to borers?

Answer According to the Colorado State University Extension Office, the peach tree borer is controlled through preventive sprays, moth crystals, pheromone traps and insecticides. There is no tree that is ... Read More »
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Peach Tree Borers?

Peach tree borers are destructive insects that work their way under the bark of stone fruit trees and feed on sapwood. Early control is very important because once the larva works its way under the... Read More »
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How do I remove borers from apple trees?

Pesticides and InsecticidesIdentify the species of borers invading your apple. Spray pesticide to kill roundheaded and flatheaded apple tree borers or a broad-spectrum insecticide to kill Prionus b... Read More »
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Tree Borers in Maple Trees?

The prized ornamental maple trees in your home landscape might be under the dangerous threat of tree borers. These destructive pests are often attracted to stressed or weakened maple trees. Provide... Read More »
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How do I grow peach trees from peach pits?

Choosing PitsChoose pits from several different varieties of peaches because pits vary unpredictably in their ability to germinate. Remove flesh from pits and wash them.Storing PitsStore pits in a ... Read More »
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