No-Mate CM for Codling Moth
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Codling Moth Biology
Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella) is a major pest of apple and pear throughout most of the world, but will also attack walnut, prune, quince, hawthorn and some varieties of plums. Generations occur at approximately monthly intervals. Codling moth over winter as a full grown larva in an inactive state called diapause. The larvae pupate inside cocoons in early spring, and shortly thereafter they emerge as moths. Over wintered females will lay 30 to 70 eggs singly on leaf surfaces or on tiny fruit. Eggs of the over wintered population hatch 3 to 5 days after being laid. Newly hatched larvae are pinkish white with a black head. They bore into fruit within 24 hours after hatching.



NoMate CM Spiral OMRI Listed Details

 

 

Benefits
  • More Active Ingredient.
  • Proven Effective in Orchards
    Throughout the Pacific Northwest.
  • Most Consistent Pheromone Release
    & Residuals.
  • 50% Reduction in Application Costs
    vs. Alternate Dispenser.
     

Wenatchee, Washington - 2002 140-Day NoMate® Codling Moth Trials demonstrated:

* 93% Efficacy in the Release of Pheromone.
* 50% More Pheromone Released During Critical 1st and 2nd Generation Adult Moth Flight.


 
MSDS / Labels
 

 

 

 Customer Service| Monitoring Product Catalog ©2006 Scentry Biologicals, Inc. (406) 245-3016 
(800) 735-5323  Fax (406) 245-2790