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How to control the cherry fruit-fly



How to control the cherry fruit-fly



Zashchita Rastenii (11): 28



The larvae of the cherry fruit-fly (Rhagoletis cerasi (L.)) infest cherries by boring into the ripening fruits and feeding on the flesh. A small hollow or hole on the surface is an indication that the fruit is infested. Such fruits become unfit for eating or even preserving. The fly occurs wherever cherries are grown and also infests the fruits of other plants. In this paper from the Ukraine (USSR), details are given of its bionomics and control.

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