- No-Mate TPW for Tomato Pinworm
Tomato Pinworm (Keiferia lycopersicella) is a primary pest of
tomatoes in North America. It is especially serious in regions
of Florida, California, Texas and Mexico. Larvae are leafminers
during early instars and then become leafrollers as they
increase in size. Although foliar injury can suppress growth of
younger plants, greatest damage occurs when older larvae enter
the tomato fruit, thus causing decay.