codling moth

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Synonyms for codling moth

a small grey moth whose larvae live in apples and English walnuts

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5 mg of both the codling moth sex pheromone (E, E)-8,10-dodecadien-1-ol and pear ester (E, Z)-2, 4-decadienoate, and Pherocon PLR (#3147) loaded with 1.
Control of the codling moth Cydia pomonella and the summer fruit tortrix Adoxophyes orana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
Nevertheless, none of the major pests of apples in Michigan--the codling moth, oriental fruit moth, and plum curculio--was found among the fragments that were identified to species.
The team used climate simulations to predict the effects of warmer temperatures on the voltinism of 13 agricultural pests in California, including the apple-eating codling moth (caterpillar stage shown).
Hang pheromone traps in apple and pear trees, if codling moth is a problem ?
We then describe the different kinds of system regulators used in farms systems and apply this thinking to an example in agriculture; the management of codling moth in orchards.
London, April 11 (ANI): Fruit experts have developed a novel technique to save millions of pounds worth of crops each year - the codling moth that tunnels through apples and pears will now be turned gay.
Other topics include the prevention of tick-borne diseases, medical aspects of spider bites, ancient rapid radiations of insects, codling moth management, and declines of bumble bee species.
Tortricidae is a very large family of small moths that contains not only some important agricultural pests, such as codling moth and omnivorous leaf-roller (OLR), but also some very important forest pests, such as the Eastern and Western spruce budworm.
With an industry that is already declining, it is important that UK growers find successful solutions to ensure that their crops are safe from one of the most common and damaging pests, the Codling Moth.
Off-white maggots with brown heads inside the apples - they are likely to be the caterpillars of the codling moth (Cydia pomonella).
says the ban on methyl parathion will not have a huge effect on Washington apple growers, because methyl parathion has been used primarily as a last-resort treatment to protect apples from pests such as codling moth and leafrollers.
detection of indigenous and established pests to aid control efforts (bertha army worm trapping in Canadian canola fields, and monitoring of codling moth in many apple and pear producing areas).
I would definitely spray fruit trees using any of the approved insecticides - otherwise numbers may build up to the point the tree cannot cope and aborts much of its fruit and any left may be infected with pests such as sawfly or codling moth larvae.