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Tortricidae codling moth Eldana saccharina Pyralidae sugar cane borer Walker Epiphyas postvittana Lymantriidae light brown apple moth (Walker) Hypsipyla grandella Pyralidae mahogany shoot borer (Zeller) Lobesia botrana Tortricidae European grapevine moth (Denis & Schiffermuller Pectinophora gossypiella Gelechiidae the pink bollworm (Saunders) Plutella xylostella L.
The Hexi Corridor is considered an important natural barrier that prevents the codling moth from invading into the more southerly major fruit growing areas of China.
Effect of rearing strategy and gamma radiation on field competitiveness of mass-reared codling moths (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
In fact, application of pheromone-based mating disruption has proven to reduce the number of required co-applied broad-spectrum insecticide sprays for adequate control of codling moth, Cydia pomonella (L.) and oriental fruit moth, Grapholita molesta (Busck).
(2012) described a very cost-effective and simple bioassay for assessing the quality of sterilized codling moths for both field and laboratory by counting the number of released moths that have flown from a cylinder over a period of around 3 days.
Once upon a summer, apple trees had one principal insect problem: the codling moth, or common apple worm.
Western Australia is fortunate in that 2 key pests of perennial horticulture, the codling moth and the Oriental fruit moth, Grapholita molesta (Busck) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), have not established in the state, and since 1900 over 20 campaigns have been carried out to eradicate incursions (Woods et al.
One reason supermarket apples are spotless is that they have been protected from the codling moth, which lays its eggs on apple trees, these hatching into maggots.
HANG codling moth pheromone traps at head height in apple and pear trees.
These multistate 5-year projects are managed out of Wapato, Washington (codling moth), Brookings, South Dakota (corn rootworm), Manhattan, Kansas (stored-wheat insects), Sidney, Montana (leafy spurge), Gainesville, Florida (fire ants), Hilo, Hawaii (fruit flies), Stillwater, Oklahoma (Russian wheat aphid and greenbug), Stoneville, Mississippi (tarnished plant bug), and Fort Lauderdale, Florida (melaleuca).