Prevent Insect Damage on Growing Fruit with Orchard Sox
No more apple maggot or coddling moth damage on your apple trees! Also prevents insect damage on pears, Asian pears and plums.
An easy way to keep insect pests away from your growing organic fruit
Tired of maggots getting to your fruit before you do? We at Orchard People sure were. That is until we got our hands on Orchard Sox – a chemical free way to protect growing fruit from damage caused by apple maggot, coddling moth and spot wing drosophilia. It has been used successfully on apples, pears and plums.
Now Orchard People is importing this product for our customers. Each package contains 144 socks which will cover and protect 144 pieces of fruit and costs $19.95 plus shipping. Made of 100 percent nylon they can be washed and reused each year. Buy a package of Orchard Sox and try them out yourself!
How you use Orchard Sox
Apply after June drop when fruitlet is less than 1 inch in diameter. Thin fruit by removing all but one fruitlet in a cluster. Open end of orchard sock with your thumb and slip half of the sock over young fruit leaving a long tail that your fruit can grow into. Twist the open end around the fruit stem and tuck it in. The sock will expand as fruit grows.
Order now to prepare for the growing season to come
To order your package, email us stating the number of packages you would like and your shipping address. Please title your email ORCHARD SOX. For more information about applying Orchard Sox, please see the video to the right.