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I have had a great crop of fruit, apricots, plums in my Auckland home garden this year. Best ever, but the Australian Guava moth has infested about half with the caterpillar. How do I avoid this happening next year, targeting that species alone. My trees are quite high.

  • Eleanor Woollett asked 2 years ago
  • last edited 2 years ago
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Hi Eleanor, we haven’t heard that the pest is attacking these as well, so far only citrus and feijioas seem to have been targeted. You can purchase guava moth traps in store. They are pheromone traps that attract the male moth. This would be the best method for larger trees (another method is neem granules and neem tree oil). Thanks, the Palmers team

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