No-Mate OLR for Omnivorous Leafroller


 

Omnivorous Leafroller Biology

Omnivorous Leafroller (Platynota stultana) is a pest of various fruits throughout most of the world. Economic losses occur primarily on grapes, kiwi, and tree fruit. In spring, moths lay shingle-like egg masses on leaves. After about 5 days these eggs hatch, and larvae web two young leaves together to form a nest in which they feed on from the inside. Later, larvae feed where fruit are touching, so entire clusters can be damaged.

 

 

Benefits

 
  • Long Field Life
  • Easy Application
  • Economical
  • Significantly Reduced Insect Populations
  • Decreased Crop Damage
  • Highly Effective in Pest
  • Resistance Programs
  • Non-toxic, No Residues
  • Conserves Beneficial Insects

 
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