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Heat accumulation for timing grapevine moth control measures



Heat accumulation for timing grapevine moth control measures



Bulletin SROP 11(2): 24-26



The use of day-degrees C as indicators of the phenology of the tortricid Lobesia botrana was investigated in a vineyard in Italy. Daily maximum and minimum temperatures were used to calculate day-degrees C between the development thresholds of 10 and 30 degrees C. The development rate of the insect population was assumed to be linearly related to the temperature range between these thresholds. Cumulative day-degrees C were calculated using the sine method.

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