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Paper fruit bags can improve yield and quality by physically protecting the fruit during development, and early fruit development is the most suitable time for bagging.
Apples: Cover the fruit with a bag when the diameter of the fruit is about ¾.
Peaches: Cover the fruit with a bag when the diameter of the fruit is about ¾.
Grapes: Cover the fruit with a bag when grapes become the size of peas.
1. Early season pest management should be done well before bagging
You can choose your own pest management methods, such as using pesticides. It should be noted that this will be the last time insecticide is used this year.
2. Fruit thinning
While bagging, fruit thinning can be carried out to ensure that each cluster produces only one fruit.
3. Bagging the fruit
Cover and wrap the entire fruit with a paper bag and attach it to the branches or stems.
Paper fruit bags can be hung on branches or stems and fixed with metal wires.
4. Remove the bag
For apples and peaches, paper fruit bags should be removed three weeks before harvest to ensure proper fruit color; Grapes can be kept in paper bags until harvest.
With the increasing popularity of fruit bagging technology, the more you know about this aspect, the better.
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