Pheromone trap Reagron Plumose Moth (Grapholita funebrana) basic trap
|HUF 3,429 * (nettó: HUF 2,700)|
A pest that occurs regularly in Hungary, with three generations per year. Its proliferation is favoured by dry warm weather.
Package contains: 1 roof, 1 adhesive base, 1 dispenser
Mainly plums, ring hops, occasionally pears, cherries, cherries, peaches, walnuts, apples
The caterpillar damages the fruit. The caterpillar's penetration is indicated by pinhead-like punctures and the fruit may become honeydewy in these areas. Infected fruit will discolour and drop off early, usually in patches.
The young larvae overwinter in cocoons woven in the bark cracks of the tree. The first generation begins to pupate at the end of April. The second generation starts to emerge at the end of June and the third at the end of July. The last two summer molts may be intertwined. The moths fly at dawn and in the morning, laying their eggs on fruit.
Advice on how to protect yourself:
Control should be started within three weeks of the start of swarming or 7-10 days after mass emergence of larvae following mass emergence. Control is most effective during the period of peak swarming and mass emergence of caterpillars.
Setting of pheromone traps:
Traps should be set from the end of April. Replace dispensers and adhesive sheets every 6-7 weeks, preferably not near the expected peak of swarming.
Check the traps twice a week. Count and record the number of moths caught during the period. The data will show the drawing dynamics and determine the time of intervention. If the trap captures few moths even during the empirical swarming peaks, this indicates a low infestation. In such cases, by placing a few additional traps in small gardens, moths can be captured and the population can be controlled without spraying, thus sparing our environment.
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