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Control of the olive fruit fly, Dacus oleae Gmel. (Dipt., Tephritidae) by mass trapping: pilot scale feasibility study


, : Control of the olive fruit fly, Dacus oleae Gmel. (Dipt., Tephritidae) by mass trapping: pilot scale feasibility study. Journal of Applied Entomology 101(4): 343-352

During studies in Crete, Greece, in 1984, plywood rectangles measuring 15x20x0.4 cm dipped in a 0.1% a.i. aqueous solution of deltamethrin for 15 min and baited with 2 dispensers, one containing a mixture of sex pheromones and the other ammonium bicarbonate (a food attractant for both sexes) were used at a rate of about 1 trap/3 trees for the control of Dacus oleae in a 30 000-ha olive orchard.

Accession: 001554826

DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0418.1986.tb00868.x

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