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Herman, T. J. B., Clearwater, J. R. and Triggs, C. M. (2005): Impact of pheromone trap design, placement and pheromone blend on catch of potato tuber moth. New Zealand Plant Protection 58, 219–223. Triggs C. M

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Hrudová, E. (2003): The presence of non-targeted Lepidopteran species in pheromone traps for fruit tortricid moths. Plant Prot. Sci. 4, 126–131. Hrudová E. The presence of non-targeted Lepidopteran species in pheromone traps

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Monitoring the seasonal flights of the Latticed heath, Chiasmia clathrata (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), was carried out using home made sticky delta traps baited with pheromone caps purchased from CSALOMON® (Plant Protection Institute, Hungary, Budapest). The monitoring was conducted in alfalfa fields in Pazardzhik and Sofia regions in Bulgaria during 2007–2009. The flight of C. clathrata at the investigated sites started at the very beginning of April and lasted until the middle-end of September. Three relatively well-defined peaks, indicating three generations, were recorded in Sofia region. Thus, the flight period and the flight of the separate generations of the pest were defined more accurately than it has been reported earlier. Pheromone baits, products of CSALOMON ® are potent and species specific tools for detecting the presence and seasonal monitoring of C. clathrata.

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Three-years monitoring (1996 –1998)of the leafminer moth Leucoptera scitella Zell was organi- zed in the apple orchard of the Fruit-Growing Institute,Plovdiv,Bulgaria.Sex pheromone traps with Hunga- rian caps (Plant Protection Institute,Hungarian Academy of Sciences)were used for first time in this country. As a result,three full generation of the pests were established in all three years and a partial one in 1996 and 1998.The beginning and the end of the first generation were also well defined by the catches in the pheromone traps.However,an overlap of the second and the third on the one hand and the third and the fourth on the other,was observed in all three years.The time of the first catches from the first generation varied from April 9 to April 22.The second and third generation began in the second decade of June and second decade of July,respectively.Chemical treatments seem to have no significant effect on the catches in the pheromone traps.

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Monitoring the seasonal flights of the yellow alfalfa geometrid, Isturgia arenacearia (Denis and Schiffermuller, 1775) (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), was made using home made sticky delta traps baited with pheromone caps purchased from “CSALOMON®” (Plant Protection Institute, Hungary, Budapest). The monitoring was conducted in alfalfa fields in Plovdiv, Pazardjik and Sofia regions in Bulgaria during 2007–2009. The flight of I. arenacearia at the investigated sites started during April and lasted until the end of August — middle of September. Two relatively well-defined peaks indicating two generations were recorded in Sofia region. Thus the flight period of the pest was defined more accurately than previously recorded and proved to be significantly longer than was known for this country. Pheromone baits, products of “CSALOMON®” (Plant Protection Institute, Hungary, Budapest), are potent and very species specific tool for detecting the presence of, and seasonal monitoring of I. arenacearia .

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.— Ujvari I.: 1997. The suitability of sex pheromone traps for implementing IPM strategies against Agriotes populations (Coleoptera: Elateridae). Proceedings of XIX IWGO Conference, Guimaraes, August 30–September 5, 1997, 173–182 pp

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): First results on synchrony between seasonal pattern of pheromone trap captures of cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera and appearance of freshly emerged larvae on developing cobs of corn hybrids. J. of Pest Science 80, 183

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Tóth, M., Tóth, V., Újváry, I., Sivcev, I., Manojlovic, B. and Ilovai, Z. (1996): Sex pheromones for detection and monitoring of beetles? The development of a pheromone trap for the west corn rootworm ( Diabrotica virgifera virgifera LeConte

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Riedl, H., Howell, J. F., McNally, P. S. and Westigard, P. H. (1986): Codling moth management, use and standardization of pheromone trapping systems. University of California Bulletin 1918. Berkeley, CA. Roelofs, W

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Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica
Authors: M. Tóth, J. Jósvai, K. Hári, B. Pénzes, Zs. Vuity, I. Holb, I. Szarukán, Zs. Kecskés, I. Dorgán-Zsuga, S. Koczor and E. Voigt

pheromone trap to codling moth. Environ. Entomol. 8, 765–769. Detar J. E. Relationship of within-tree placement of the pheromone trap to codling moth Environ. Entomol. 1979 8 765 769

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