Can fruit trees be successfully treated with organic pesticides?

gwtamaraJanuary 1, 2013

Yes, you can successfully treat for pests on fruit trees. But the best bet is to select varieties that are resistant and only treat with organic pesticides when there is a problem. Common organic pesticides are Neem Oil, Rotenone, Pyrethrins and Nicotine Sulfate.

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