I have a small home orchard starting to bear a few apples, and have committed to going pesticide free. So, how to get apples sans worms and without spraying? Bagging! Did some research on the technique, and have bagged around 60-70 apples on 7 trees, doing some thinning at the same time. To bag, take a cheap zipper closure sandwich bag, cut corners for drainage, clip the seal part in the middle, open bag and cinch closed around the new apple (fruit should be about 1/4" in size) so the stem is through the center slit in the zipper. I've had a couple of bags on two weeks, and they've withstood last week's high winds. I'll post periodic progress pics.