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Application of semiochemicals to control Carposina sasakii, the Peach fruit moth

Mating disruption
Japan

Reference(s)

Oku, T. 1993. Suppression of lepidopterous pest populations in apple orchards through mating disruption with synthetic sex pheromones. Jap. Agric. Res. Quarterly. 26:271-276.

Oku, T., Wakou, M., and Ohira, Y. 1989. Suppression of the Oriental peach moth population, Carposina niponensis Walsingham, through mating disruption with sex pheromone. Bull. Fruit Tree Res. Stat. 16:63-81.



 
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