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OREP - Development of Alternative, IPM-compatible Strategies For Organophosphate Resistant Obliquebanded Leafroller on Apple
... several types of live traps indicated that either Multipher 1 or the Universal Moth trap could be used to live trap males in numbers suitable for bioassays. These trials were designed with the ... estimating changes in resistances. Both the Multipher 1 and the Universal trap captured more moths than the standard Pherocon sticky trap. These data suggest that more reliable estimates of first flight and ...
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September 10, 2002 - SW Michigan Fruit Conditions
... moth trap catch is still low. We are still waiting for the beginning of the third flight of codling moth. The third flight of oriental fruit moth ... up the last pickings of the season. Oriental fruit moth trap numbers are down in most orchards. Plum harvest is winding ... low. The third generation of Oriental fruit moth is still flying. Trap catch for codling moth last week was low in some orchards ...
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May 21, 2001 - SW Fruit Conditions
... moth trap catches are declining. We are at 662 GDD45, 462 GDD45 since BIOFIX for OFM. We should be at peak egg hatch for the first generation. Codling moth ... warm weather returns. This cool weather will halt moth flight and almost stop most insect development. Leafroller larvae ... and Anthracnose (warm weather). This cool weather will halt moth flights and almost stop most insect development. After ...
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June 18, 2001 - SW Fruit IPM Report & Fruit Condition
... disease. Growers with scab in their orchards should continue fungicide applications. Insect trap catches are up. Oriental fruit moth trap catches increased. This is the flight of the second generation of adults. The ... at 1072 GDD45, 870 GDD45 since BIOFIX (203). Codling moth trap catches also increased. We are at 752 GDD50, 502 GDD50 since codling moth BIOFIX (250). The second peak in the first ...
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TreeHelp.com: Trees: Insects
... by starving it of energy. Examples Spring and Fall Cankerworm, Tent Caterpillar, Gypsy Moth, Leafminers, Japanese Beetle, Apple Maggot Control Healthier trees are less likely to become ... Biological Insecticide (to kill over time) Gypsy Moth Trap (for gypsy moth only) Safer's Japanese Beetle Trap (for Japanese Beetle only) Apple Maggot Trap (for apple maggot only) Boring Insects Description Boring ...
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TreeHelp Store: Pest & Disease Control
... #110048 Product Category: Pest & Disease Control Gypsy Moth Trap Replacement Lure, 12-Pack Case contains 12 bait packs. For use in all types of Gypsy Moth Traps. Lures should be replaced annually. Price: $64.00 Item #110049 Product Category: Pest & Disease Control Mosquito Trap + 4 Replacement Bait Packs Uses a ...
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Codling Moth On Fruit Trees, HYG-2203-92
... moth during the summer is usually shorter in southern Ohio than in northern Ohio because higher temperatures accelerate development. Monitoring A pheromone (sex-attractant) trap can be used to determine exactly when the codling moth is flying. The wing-type sticky trap with the codling moth ... a pheromone trap to monitor codling moth, the best time to spray is two weeks after the first moth catch ...
ohioline.osu.edu

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 ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

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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Grape Berry Moth
... trap catches are not a reliable method for determining pest populations in the vineyard, but the information is useful in timing insecticide sprays. Because of the spotty nature of grape berry moth ... trap information. Each vineyard location is unique and growers should not rely on trap data from other vineyards to time insecticide sprays. Scouting vineyards is necessary to determine grape berry moth ...
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