Codling moth (Cydia pomonella) is the primary pest in organic fruit growing. It damages apple, pear, quince, rowan, medlar, walnut and kaki. Generations/years vary depending on the soil and climates zones. Several control methods can be applied in organic farming depending on the infection rate, but plant protection products and mating disruption are the most common. Choosing suitable methods may reduce the time for intervention in the field. In the following season, precautionary measures can significantly reduce the spread of this pest.
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Centro di Sperimentazione Agraria e Forestale Laimburg
Alfredo Mora Vargas, Markus Kelderer