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Monitoring peach twig borer in almonds with sex pheromone traps

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Wilbur O. Reil, University of California, Davis
Toynette W. Johnson, University of California, Davis
Joseph C. Profita, Cooperative Extension
Clarence S. Davis
Lonnie C. Hendricks, Merced County
Donald Rough, San Joaquin County

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California Agriculture 35(9):19-20.

Published September 01, 1981

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Abstract

A total first-flight trap catch of 155 moths is suggested as the economic threshold of nut damage at harvest.Trap catches of first-flight PTB moths in spring can help predict nut damage at harvest and aid in making control decisions.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Leslie W. Barclay, Walter J. Bentley, Eileen L. Osgood, and Carol K. Moriuchi.

This IPM work was partially funded by USDA:SEA, Smith Lever Integrated Pest Management Funds, and the Almond Board of California. The authors thank Bidart Farms, Blackwell Management Co., Boersma Orchards, Kern Farming Co., Mead Orchards, Montpelier Orchards, and Tenneco West for their cooperation.

Monitoring peach twig borer in almonds with sex pheromone traps

Wilbur O. Reil, Toynette W. Johnson, Joseph C. Profita, Clarence S. Davis, Lonnie C. Hendricks, Donald Rough
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Monitoring peach twig borer in almonds with sex pheromone traps

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Authors

Wilbur O. Reil, University of California, Davis
Toynette W. Johnson, University of California, Davis
Joseph C. Profita, Cooperative Extension
Clarence S. Davis
Lonnie C. Hendricks, Merced County
Donald Rough, San Joaquin County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 35(9):19-20.

Published September 01, 1981

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A total first-flight trap catch of 155 moths is suggested as the economic threshold of nut damage at harvest.Trap catches of first-flight PTB moths in spring can help predict nut damage at harvest and aid in making control decisions.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Leslie W. Barclay, Walter J. Bentley, Eileen L. Osgood, and Carol K. Moriuchi.

This IPM work was partially funded by USDA:SEA, Smith Lever Integrated Pest Management Funds, and the Almond Board of California. The authors thank Bidart Farms, Blackwell Management Co., Boersma Orchards, Kern Farming Co., Mead Orchards, Montpelier Orchards, and Tenneco West for their cooperation.


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