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Characteristics of the biology of the vine moth and a tactical basis for its control by the sterilisation method

, : Characteristics of the biology of the vine moth and a tactical basis for its control by the sterilisation method. Pheromones and behaviour: 238-246

Some aspects of the biology of the grape pest Lobesia botrana (Denis & Schiff.) were studied in the laboratory in the USSR with the aim of developing tactics for integrated control of the pest incorporating the use of traps baited with the chemosterilant thiotepa. Each male mated 5-10 times, while most females mated only once, only 8.2% mating twice and a very small number mating more than twice.

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