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The Codling Moth lays its larvae on the developing fruit and leaves of apples and pears, and it can also attack walnuts. When the eggs hatch, the young caterpillars feed on the surface of the fruit for a few days, then burrow into the center Garden Veggies, Garden Pests, Harvest Cooking, Codling Moth, Backyard Trees, Moth Caterpillar, Insect Pest, Tree Care, Gardens
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Worms In Your Apples? - Organic Gardening Blog

It is such a satisfying experience to reach up into an apple tree and pluck a shiny apple from a branch. But if you take a big, juicy bite and see that the remaining apple in yo... 
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