Pheromones control oriental fruit moth and peach twig borer in cling peaches
California Agriculture 56(5):170-176. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v056n05p170.
Because of costs, some growers preferred a partial program of pheromones plus supplemental insecticide sprays.
; ; W. Bentley is IPM Entomologist, Kearney Agricultural Center; ; ;
The authors acknowledge Bob Beede, Maxwell Norton, Roger Duncan, Nadeem Shawareb, Cressida Silvers and Lana Osgood for their assistance on this project, and product donations from Abbott Laboratories, Consep and Hercon. We thank our funding sources, including the USDA-ES Smith Lever IPM project, California Cling Peach Advisory Board, EPA Environmental Stewardship Program, Farm Service Agency SP-53 and California Department of Pesticide Regulation.