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Scientific Staff - Mitch Trimble
... Mitch) Trimble. 2003. Geographic Variation in Pheromone Chemistry, Antennal Electrophysiology, and Pheromone-Mediated Trap Catch of North American Populations of the Obliquebanded Leafroller. Environmental Entomology ... press 1995 Trimble, R.M. 1995. Mating disruption for controlling the codling moth, Cydia pomonella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), in organic apple production in southwestern Ontario ...
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Bamboo - Southeast Chapter - Sample SEC Newsletter
... harvesting/processing), and by removal of any damaged shoots to eliminate access to any non-trap food sources, Culm, branch, and bud feeders There are several species of boring beetles that ... the typical US suburban/rural environment already causes much mortality in the native and exotic moth population through increased exposure to predators, physical damage from batting against the light all night ...
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FPHG -
... ] PSU | CAS | FPHG Home | Pome Fruits | Insect and Mite Pests | You are here. Codling Moth The codling moth, Cydia pomonella, is a constant threat to apple production in Pennsylvania. This species, ... moth reduction can be achieved by maintaining good orchard sanitation and removing loose bark from old trees. It might help to place corrugated cardboard bands around apple trunks in September to trap ...
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FPHG -
... a small cavity. In 3 to 4 weeks, a clear-winged moth emerges, leaving an empty pupal skin projecting from the burrow. Adults are active for several weeks. The female moth is capable of laying several hundred eggs in cracks, under bark ... borers. As an aid in timing sprays, growers should obtain pheromone trap records on flight activity. Treat at peak flight, usually toward the ...
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Plant Fibers
... Yucca Leaves In Native American Basketry Yucca Plant & Its Symbiotic Pollinator Moth Deergrass Stems In Native American Basketry Basket Made From Dried ... and H. Linen. Silk From Caterpillars & Spiders The silk industry depends on moth that feeds on the leaves of mulberry trees. Raw silk ... The silk of Nephila species is so strong that it can trap small birds, which the spider doesn't eat. Trapped birds ...
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Flower Terminology (Part 1)
... insects may remain trapped in the stigmatic slits and never leave the flower's death trap. Wind Dispersal Of Milkweed Parachute Seeds 5. Contact Pollination Of Ribbon-grass (Vallisneria) One of ... fathers of the principles of evolution) predicted that it would be a long-tongued hawk moth. Go To The Diversity Of Flowering Plants Return To WAYNE'S WORD Home Page Return ...
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Leaf-Eating Pests
... to trap, so treatment involves dealing with the larvae directly. Recommended rose slug eradication measures include hand-picking and pyrethrin spray. Because the pest is not "lepidopterous" (i.e.a moth or ...
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Miller Moths
... season crops. What does the army cutworm miller moth look like? The moth of the army cutworm is typical of the size ... more common during other times of year. The Indianmeal moth is the most important moth found in homes since its caterpillar stage can ... sometimes dramatically speed the capture rate when using the soapy water trap. Insecticides have little or no place in controlling millers. The ...
www.ext.colostate.edu

Questions On Cats
... are first set out to discourage the cats. Also, you might want to plant a trap crop of catnip to attract the cats to that location and not your veggie garden ... to keep cats out of flower beds? (New Town, N.D., e-mail) A: Try moth balls; cats find the odor repugnant. Or, try planting catnip in another area, and they ...
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Questions On Misc. Pests
... better choice for onion maggots and can be used to control cabbage moth larvae. Dipel can be used on cabbage, but needs to be ... their major source of food is other insects, especially aphids. You can trap and dispose of them by rolling up moistened newspapers if you consider ... tree wound dressing. I am afraid that her only option is to trap them. They are a protected species so she should contact a ...
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