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Results of the 1974 field tests of control measures against Grapholitha molesta


, : Results of the 1974 field tests of control measures against Grapholitha molesta. Rastitelna Zashchita 23(4): 36 - 41

Cydia (Grapholitha) molesta (Busck) is a serious pest of fruit in Bulgaria, especially of late varieties of peach and quince. A programme was drawn up to test control measures in three peach orchards with different ecological conditions. The experimental areas included different varieties of peach trees 10-12 years old at Petrich, peach-trees 8-10 years old at Burgas, and peach orchards 8 years old, in the Varna district.

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