Pheromone argyrotaenia pulchellana diffuser

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 Pheromone diffuser Argyrotaenia Pulchellana (vine-sweeping moth)

Duration: 40 days

3,61 €
Ref: VA088
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Attractant pheromone for the grapevine moth

The pheromone diffuser must be placed in the traps References: TA118-TA242-TA248-4379.
Family: Tortricidae.
ID:
Yellow-green egg when freshly laid, then turns light brown. The larva can reach up to 18 mm in length, yellowish green body, with pale and indistinct pinnacle, last segment of the light green body with black scores. The head is light green, yellowish green or light brown. Pupa dark reddish brown. The adult has a body of approximately 7 mm in length, a wingspan of 12 to 16 mm, front wings with a wide range of tones, usually the background color is gray and has a large band of dark reddish brown in the medial portion of the wing and at the end. of them, with small black spots. The rear wings are gray with whitish eyelashes. The male has a slightly ciliated antenna, the costal fold absent in the anterior wing. The female has anterior wings with a sharper apex compared to males.
Bioecology:
Polyphagous species, with one or up to three generations per year, a factor influenced by latitude and longitude. In the northern hemisphere, adults occur between April and July. If there is a third generation, adults will be noticed in September. The female lays eggs in groups of 10 to 100 individual units, usually on the adaxial side of the leaves. Larvae can be noticed between late May and early August. They damage the buds and inflorescences with greater intensity in the spring. The feeding of the leaves occurs between June and August, leaving the foliage only with ribs. Hibernate when you are in an advanced stage of larval development. Pupae found in silk buds wrapped in leaves, dirt or cracks in the trunk of the host plant. Major damage to late apples occurs between September and October. In grapes, the attack occurs in ripening, which also allows the penetration and development of fungi.
Symptom:
Epidermis of the damaged leaf (food). Ripe fruits attacked with skin and underlying tissue removed. In general, bites are noticed near the peduncle of apples and grapes.
Argyrotaenia Pulchellana

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Eulia

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Pheromone argyrotaenia pulchellana diffuser

 Pheromone diffuser Argyrotaenia Pulchellana (vine-sweeping moth)

Duration: 40 days

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