I would be checking to see if the agitator in the spray tank is working, if not 
the chemicals get concentrated in the bottom of the tank.
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On Tue, 3/20/18, Ian Alexander Merwin <i...@cornell.edu> wrote:

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 Brian-
 Could be copper spot
 phytotoxicity.  I’ve seen this on some apples when we
 used Cueva.  The photo is blurry so hard to tell…
 Cheers
 Ian
 
 
 
 
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 I’m sending this with an attached photo of
 damage we saw on the calyx end of many apples last season. 
 Could it be spray damage? 
 
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