Codling Moth Life Cycles Per Annum Present Climate

R.E. Schulze & M. Maharaj
The codling moth, Cyclia pomonella, is a native of Eurasia. The larva familiarly known as "apple worm" is one of the most serious pests of apples, with injury especially severe in processing orchards (relative to fruit destined for fresh use). Codling moth larvae also attack pears, walnuts, quince and other fruit (OSU Factsheet, 2005). The larvae usually tunnels to the core of the apple, pushing out a mass of chewed material called frass, thereby greatly...
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