No-Mate OFM for Oriental Fruit Moth

 

Long Field Life
Reduce Insect Populations
Easy Application
Decrease Crop Damage
Economical
Non-toxic, No Residue


Oriental Fruit Moth Biology

Oriental Fruit Moth (Grapholita molesta) is a pest of deciduous fruits throughout most of the world. Economic losses occur primarily on peaches and nectarines, but OFM also attacks
apples, pears, plums, apricots, cherries and almonds. Early in the season, larvae bore into the tips of tender twigs causing them to wilt and die. These “shoot strikes” are early indicators of potential damage.

2003 Northeast Technical Field Trials Reality Research—Wayne County, NY Season Trap Catch with NoMate OFM Spirals -April 28 toSeptember 2, 2003

 

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