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Relationships between pheromone trap catches of codling moths, damage to fruit, and seasonal heat sums

Relationships between pheromone trap catches of codling moths, damage to fruit, and seasonal heat sums

Mitteilungen aus der Biologischen Bundesanstalt für Land und Forstwirtschaft Berlin Dahlem: 36-37

Using data from untreated apple orchards at Long Ashton in southern England in 1975-77, comparisons were made between annual catches of codling moth in pheromone traps, numbers or percentages of the fruit with codling moth strike into the core, and the warmth of the summer as indicated by the temperature sum above a threshold of 10 deg C. Trap catches were not clearly related to the temperature sum for the same year, but were fairly closely related to that for the previous year.

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