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Application of semiochemicals to control Prays oleae, the Olive moth

Mass trapping
Greece

Reference(s)

Mazomenos, B.E., Ortiz, A., Mazomenos, P.A., Stefanou, D., Stavrakis, N., Karapati, C., and Fountoulakis, M. 1999. Mating disruption for the control of the olive moth, Prays oleae (Bern) (Lep., Yponomeutidae) with the major sex pheromone component. J. App

Neuenschwander, P. 1982. Beneficial insects caught by yellow traps used in mass-trapping of the olive fly, Dacus oleae. Entomol. Exp. Appl. 32:286-296.


Italy

Reference(s)

Iannotta, N., Giordano, G., and Rende, G. 1998. The olive moth in Calabria. Inf. Agrario. 54:69-73.



Mating disruption
Greece

Reference(s)

Mazomenos, B.E., Stefanou, D., Mazomenos, P.A., and Carapati, C. 1997. Mating disruption field trials to control the olive moth, Prays oleae Bern: a four-year study. Bull. OILB-SROP. 20:129-132.


Italy

Reference(s)

Caffarelli, V., Vita, G., and Massardo, P. 1980. Preliminary studies for the control of Prays oleae Bern. by means of the confusion method. Atti XII Congr. Nazion. Ital. Entomol. 2:321-324.



 
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