Maggot Barrier Bags
Seattletreefruitsociety.com has pictures showing installing the bags with the rubber bands.
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Subject line says it all. These work for (early season) apple maggots, but once the codling moths emerge and go to egg-laying, you need plastic bags, not these!
I looked for apple bags for quite a while and then found these and they are great. Easy to slip over the apples with the 3/8 inch orthodonic rubberbands that they suggest using. This is my first year using these bags, so I cannot say how successful they will be, but so far so good. I just wish someone would make apple bags that are green so it doesn’t look like you have pantyhose hanging from your trees. My trees are in my front yard! ????
Still, thank you for making these available, Raintree, and at an affordable price! Bumper crop of apples this year here in Colorado. I had to order more bags!