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IMPACT OF REMOVAL OF MALES WITH SEX-PHEROMONE-BAITED TRAPS ON SUPPRESSION OF THE PEACH-TWIG BORER, ANARSIA LINEATELLA (ZELLER)1

  • D.O. Hathaway (a1), G. Tamaki (a1), H.R. Moffitt (a1) and A.K. Burditt (a1)

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The peach-twig borer, Anarsia lineatella (Zeller), is one of the most important pests of peaches, almonds, and other stone fruits in the western United States (Bailey 1948), with larvae infesting both twigs and fruit. Infested fruit cannot be marketed and twig injury is damaging to young trees because the young worms burrow into the tender terminal growth of the twigs and cause the rapidly growing twigs to wilt. In this way, infestations by the peach-twig borer interfere with development in young orchards (Newcomer 1966).

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IMPACT OF REMOVAL OF MALES WITH SEX-PHEROMONE-BAITED TRAPS ON SUPPRESSION OF THE PEACH-TWIG BORER, ANARSIA LINEATELLA (ZELLER)1

  • D.O. Hathaway (a1), G. Tamaki (a1), H.R. Moffitt (a1) and A.K. Burditt (a1)

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