Synthetic Pheromone Cocktails Attract More than Apple Moths

Monterey County Weekly | January 24, 2008
In response to public concerns about the aerial spraying of synthetic pheromone products last fall, the California Department of Food and Agriculture has stated that that the products used are "highly specific" and won't affect monarch butterflies. But they appear to attract at least five other "leafroller" moths of the tortricid family.

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