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Tree Fruit Insect Pest Photographs
... facts on biology, monitoring, and management - Va. Tech.) Adult (lower) Fruit injury Oriental Fruit Moth Adult (upper) INDIRECT PESTS Spirea Aphid (Get the facts on biology, monitoring, and management - ... on biology, monitoring, and management - Va. Tech.) Crawler Male Pheromone trap Fruit injury Wood discoloration from bark feeding Gypsy Moth Egg mass and small black larva Climbing Cutworm (Get the ...
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Pheromone Trap Data, Kearneysville, W. Va.
... AM RBLR = Redbanded leafroller; STLM = Spotted tentiform leafminer; OFM = Oriental fruit moth; CM = Codling moth; TABM = Tufted apple bud moth; DWB = Dogwood borer; LPTB = Lesser peach tree borer; PTB = Peach tree ... 90F. Control of the fourth generation is justified where the pheromone trap capture exceeds 10 moths/trap/week in both peach and apple. Initiate insecticide applications about 7 days ...
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Tufted Apple Bud Moth
... found in the ground cover. III. Description: The adult female moth is approximately 1/2 inch (13 mm) long, with the males ... and recording daily maximum and minimum temperatures from the first sustained trap catch. Accumulate degree days (DD) using a base temperature of ... for first brood control at 600-650 DD after first trap catch, which coincides with approximately 20-30 percent egg hatch. For ...
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Spotted tentiform leafminer
... chemicals through the leaves. VI. Monitoring: A wing-type pheromone trap (photo 8) may be used for monitoring adult male (photo 1) ... directions. Remove from the orchard and properly dispose of old trap bottoms and used lures. Very high numbers of moths are ... second generation sap-feeder mines approximately five days after peak moth catch (late June to early July). Start at the orchard edge ...
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Fruit Insect Focus, August, 1997
... with an airblast sprayer application of a pyrethroid insecticide (Ambush, Asana or Pounce) when moth flight is peaking as determined with pheromone traps. Blocks that receive a pyrethroid application ... warrant treatment. Experience has shown that populations seldom need treatment when trap catches peak at less than 10 moths/trap/week. VII. Management: The postharvest treatment specified above for ...
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