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The effect of standard cold storage and controlled atmosphere storage on survival of larvae of the oriental fruit moth, Grapholitha molesta


The effect of standard cold storage and controlled atmosphere storage on survival of larvae of the oriental fruit moth, Grapholitha molesta



Jour Econ Entomol 56(2): 167-169



DOI: 10.1093/jee/56.2.167

Two types of apple storage were tested for their effects on larvae of the oriental fruit moth, Grapholitha molesta (Busck), namely, standard cold storage at 32[degree] [plus or minus] 1[degree]F, and controlled atmosphere storage at 38[degree]F. in a sealed room containing from 3% to 5% carbon dioxide and approximately 3% oxygen. Immature larvae feeding in apple fruits, and varying in stage of development from the second to the fourth instars, did not survive a period of 56 days in standard cold storage at 32[degree] F.; 22.5% survived a period of 28 days. A few larvae survived the longest period (140 days) of controlled atmosphere storage at 38[degree]F., and 2.6% survived a period of 112 days. More than 25% of the mature larvae (96% of which were not in diapause) in cocoons on blocks of wood that simulated apple boxes survived after a period of 126 days in standard cold storage and controlled atmosphere storage.

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