Indian meal moth
, Plodia interpunctella (HA1/4bner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) has cosmopolitan habitat and consider as a common household pest of stored grains and value-added food products (Cox and Bell, 1991; Na and Ryoo, 2000; Sauer and Shelton, 2002).
This result is consistent with previous studies for the Indian meal moth
life cycle in the ROK.
Furthermore, an Indian Meal Moth
simply could not survive the mixing and baking process.
To control insects in stored products such as rice weevils, grain beetle, meal moth
These essential oils can use for protecting stored products from injury of Indian meal moth
These "log-periodic" sensillae arrays are carried by small, night-flying moths, including crop-ravaging corn earworm and cabbage looper moths and pantry-infesting Indian meal moths
These results indicate that if corn is cleaned to remove broken kernels before it is stored, the likelihood that stored-grain insects like Indian meal moth
will become a problem in the storage bin is much less.
don't carry disease, so after picking the dead bodies and larvae out of the food, you can eat it.
In a series of experiments, Liu tested phosphine fumigation under high levels of oxygen against four insects and at different life stages: western flower thrips adults and larvae, leaf miner pupae, grape mealy bug eggs, and Indian meal moth
eggs and pupae.
The Indian meal moth
, Plodia interpunctella (Hubner), is a cosmopolitan grain feeding pest, infesting stored products in the home, grocery stores, warehouses, food processing plants and where food products are stored.
The Indian Meal moth
(Plodia interpunctella) is considered to be the most destructive of all grain-infesting moths.
Rhondda Magistrates' Court heard an Exotic Species of Indian Meal Moth
had been found in the premises, while there was also a dog being kept behind the counter.