Grow Healthy Fruit without Chemicals

Apple harvest 2012 with footies
April 26, 2014 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Bradner Gardens Classroom
1730 Bradner Place South
Seattle, WA 98144
City Fruit members $20; Non-members $25; Students with valid ID - $15
Gail Savina

Insect footies on treeThis City Fruit class offers up-to-date information about preventing apple maggot fly, codling moth and other common fruit tree pests and diseases without using harmful chemicals.  A holistic approach to tree health relies on integrated pest management and a respect for basic permaculture principles.


Apple maggot David SmithInstructor Gail Savina has been gathering and testing information on pest prevention methods for urban fruit trees for the past seven years and will provide fact sheets, maggot barrier order forms and a list of resources.

Placing Footies Good Shep Center 2011

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