When should I spray my apple trees?

Answer On One Hand: Early SprayingAccording to the Department of Horticultural Science at North Carolina State University, "A spray to control fungus problems should be applied when the first sign of gree... Read More »

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When is it OK to spray apple trees?

Apply premixed orchard tree sprays after full bloom and every 10 to 14 days throughout the summer. Apply sprays to control fungus when the first sign of green tissue appears. You can also spray hor... Read More »

How do I spray apple trees in New Hampshire?

WinterSpray the apple tree to protect it from pests such as mites, aphids and maggots. Spray a different chemical to protect the tree from disease such apple scab, powdery mildew, black rot and fro... Read More »

Lime Sulfur Spray for Apple Trees?

Anyone who has grown apple trees knows that they involve a fair bit of maintenance. In fact, most apple trees need to be sprayed with certain pesticides on a regular schedule in order to protect th... Read More »

When do you spray fruit trees for insects?

Spray fruit trees for insects only when and if numerous insects emerge, which is most likely in the summer. The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension says, "dry, hot weather is often mo... Read More »