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Seasonal variations in pheromone trap catches of male omnivorous leafroller moths, Platynota stultana



Seasonal variations in pheromone trap catches of male omnivorous leafroller moths, Platynota stultana



Environmental Entomology 73: 399-401



Field trapping tests in a vineyard in California with a range of pheromone component ratios throughout the year showed that there were noticeable shifts in the best treatment for trapping males of Platynota stultana Wlsm, which is a serious pest of grapes. The best (E)-11- :(Z)-11-tetra-decenyl acetate ratios were those with 88-94% of the E-11 compound during the cooler months and those with 70-80% of the E-11 compound during the warmer months.

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DOI: 10.1093/ee/7.3.399


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