Montana codling moth trap-based biofix compared to two fixed biofix models, 2018-2020

Rachel Leisso, Katrina Mendrey, Tracy Novak, Chase Anderson, Sandy Perrin, Ashley Kapus, Amy Darling & Zach Miller
Codling moth (Cydia pomonella) is the primary insect pest of apple and pear trees in Montana and can destroy an entire crop if uncontrolled. Understanding the moth's life cycle is important for determining management methods and timing of treatments. The purpose of this study was to compare trap-based biofix (first consistent moth capture in the spring) to two temperature based trap-free models for fixed biofix developed in other apple producing regions. Trap-free models determine a...
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