Queensland Fruit Fly blog #8

Queensland Fruit Fly blog #8

Queensland Fruit Fly blog #8 Now is the perfect time to put out Wild May to attract overwintering male QFF. Place fresh Wild May liquid in QFF containers and position on the east side of the tree, 1.2-2m high within the canopy. Lemon trees are ideal places to hang the...
Queensland Fruit Fly Strategy no.7

Queensland Fruit Fly Strategy no.7

Queensland Fruit Fly Strategy no.7 It is now late April and Queensland Fruit Fly (QFF) is abundant, infesting raspberries, guavas and feijoas in particular. Watch out for infestations also in persimmons and tamarillos as they ripen, and later in citrus. There are...
Queensland Fruit Fly Blog #6 – Essential Action Now

Queensland Fruit Fly Blog #6 – Essential Action Now

Queensland Fruit Fly Blog #6 – Essential Action Now Now is the time to net your fruit trees and vegies as pollination has taken place. When netting trees, secure the bottom of the net to the tree trunk or ground and make sure there are no holes. When using net...