Navel orangeworm monitoring tools for almond orchards under mating disruption

Navel orangeworm (NOW) is the primary pest of concern for almond growers. A comprehensive integrated pest management (IPM) approach that combines various monitoring and control measures is essential for effective navel orangeworm management. There are multiple trap/lure types available commercially to use in almond orchards. We recently published an article in CAPCA Adviser summarizing the potential use of pheromone, female-based oviposition trap (e.g. Peterson), and a new lure-phenyl propionate (PPO) specially in orchards that are under NOW mating disruption. Please

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