TRÉCÉ PHEROCON 1C WINTER MOTH KIT, 3 STATION

GL/MS-3008-3K

A complete trap system developed for monitoring the Winter Moth.

US$32.00

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Specs

Specs

Latin Name - Operophtera brumata

 

Kit Includes - 3 IC traps, 3 extra liners, and 3 lures

 

Lure Field Life - 4 - 6 Weeks

 

Replacement Lure(s) - N/A

 

Category(s) - TRÉCÉ, SMALL FRUIT

Information

Information

The Winter Moth has been known in eastern Canada for years but is now showing up in some New England states. It feeds on a number of deciduous plants including apple, cherry, and blueberry. Adults emerge usually late fall around the end of October into November, mate, lay eggs, and die. Eggs hatch in spring possibly as early as March; larvae feed aggressively on foliage till mid-June. Found usually in association with fall and spring cankerworm which look very similar also having similar feeding patterns. Use pheromones to monitor and help determine damage potential for following spring.

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