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What are tiny white worms found on red raspberries?

After picking red raspberries, I didn't wash the berries before I refrigerated them.  The next morning they were covered with very tiny white worms. What are they and is there any way to salvage the berries?

asked Aug 27, 2013 by anonymous






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you could try a weak solution of vinegar and water..............dip and rinse in cold water..............for the rest outside after the sun has passed them and they have cooled off....have ready a mix of 1 teasp non-alcohol liquid soap w 1 qt of water and spray the whole plant..................spray again if you see them or if it rains.
answered Sep 5, 2013 by retiredladie (85,580 points)

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