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Bionomics and Control of the Oriental Fruit Moth (Grapholitha molesta, Busck)



Bionomics and Control of the Oriental Fruit Moth (Grapholitha molesta, Busck)



Bull. Delaware agric. Exp. Sta, Newark, Del., 220, 25-26



In each year from 1931 to 1938, inclusive, the percentage parasitism of larvae of the first three generations of Cydia (Grapholitha) molesta, Busck, infesting peach twigs in three counties in Delaware, and the percentage of the parasites represented by Macrocentrus (chiefly M. ancylivorus, Rohw.) have been determined by periodical collections from the same orchards. The figures for each year are shown in a table.

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