Fruit Fly Rural Update (May 2023)

May 11th, 2023|Categories: Growers Column|

Autumn activity essential

Left-over fruit found on trees and the ground, together with benign weather conditions play a role in supporting the survival of Queensland fruit fly throughout autumn. It is important that late fruiting plants are managed in both rural and urban areas post harvest. Even fruit […]

Fruit Fly Rural Update (March 2023)

March 17th, 2023|Categories: Growers Column|

Autumn activity

Queensland fruit fly numbers across the Goulburn Murray Valley remain high and are expected to increase throughout autumn. Fruit fly will continue to move out of urban areas and into rural locations throughout March in search of food. Continued vigilance is required by gardeners, property owners and growers with Queensland fruit fly likely […]

Fruit Fly Rural Update (February 2023)

February 16th, 2023|Categories: Growers Column|

Protect against fruit fly

Queensland Fruit Fly attacks and damages a range of fruit and vegetables. Fruit fly control is a community effort and requires action from home gardeners, property owners and growers. Anyone with a fruit tree or veggie patch can help stop the spread of the pest.

What home […]

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