When is the best time to spray apple trees?


Apple trees are sprayed before and after it blooms. When apple trees exhibit green growth for the first time, it should be sprayed with horticultural oil spray. When almost all of the apple blossoms have lost petals, the tree should be sprayed with fruit tree insecticide and is best repeated every one to two weeks, only stopping the application of the spray two weeks before harvesting the apples.
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Hello John, Yes it is this time of year. I love Spring! I am not sure where you are located but here in the Northeastern US we normally prune and spray our trees in February. Because
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Apple Tree Care & Spraying
Apples grow in 6,000 different varieties, each providing unique, delicious flavors. Apple trees can be grown in a variety of different climates, giving home gardeners a chance to produce their own fruit. Learning the proper procedures for apple tree... More »
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Apple trees should be sprayed in the early spring before buds have formed. Spraying later than that can lead to fruit malformation and a deterioration in yield.
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