Hydrated Lime in Summer Sprays for the Control of the Oriental Fruit Moth
Authors: STEARN, L. A.; NEISWANDE, R. B.
Source: Journal of Economic Entomology, Volume 22, Number 4, August 1929 , pp. 657-660(4)
Publisher: Entomological Society of America
Abstract:The results of laboratory tests and orchard spraying experiments conducted in Ohio during 1928 indicate that heavy applications of hydrated lime either alone or in combination with insecticides offer promise as a control for the Oriental Fruit Moth (Laspeyresia molesta Busck). Such sprays act as a physical and mechanical hindrance to oviposition, hatching and larval entry. In one orchard, the main crop variety, Elberta, was harvested with 91 per cent marketable and 85 per cent absolutely clean fruit, a reduction of 47 per cent in injured fruit and a decrease of 76 per cent in infestation in favor of the experimental treatment.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 1929
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