Plum Moth

A frequent ‘pest’ to the Victoria plum in our garden smallholding is the plum moth, the larvae are quite partial to Victoria and Czar varieties. Brown poops (frass) are usually the first thing you’ll see when you slice open a plum troubled by plum moth, the adult moth lays eggs on the fruits in summer and the pink caterpillars burrow in and have […]

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