Pacific Northwest growers get ready for fruit flies

05/10/2013 | Fresh Fruit Portal (Chile)

Last summer's warm days followed by a mild winter may lead to big problems with the spotted wing drosophila flies in the Pacific Northwest this summer, says Oregon State University entomologist Vaughn Walton. The fruit flies pose the biggest danger to crops that ripen between mid-July and September, including blueberries, blackberries, cherries, peaches and raspberries.

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