Simple monitoring of black vine weevil in vineyards
AuthorPhil A. Phillips
Author AffiliationsPhil A. Phillips is Area IPM Advisor, Ventura County Cooperative Extension.
Hilgardia 43(3):12-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v043n03p12. May 1989.
A well-known pest of woody ornamentals, the weevil is now found in some south central coast vineyards. Cardboard tree wraps around vine trunks provide a simple monitoring technique for timing selective sprays to control adults before they lay eggs.
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