Control of dasystoma salicellum, a new pest of blueberries in british columbia

@article{Raine1965ControlOD,
  title={Control of dasystoma salicellum, a new pest of blueberries in british columbia},
  author={J. Raine},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Plant Science},
  year={1965},
  volume={45},
  pages={243-245}
}
  • J. Raine
  • Published 1965
  • Biology
  • Canadian Journal of Plant Science
  • A leafroller, Dasystoma salicellum Hbn. (Lepidoptera:Oecophoridae), recorded on this continent only from Lulu Island, B.C., in 1955, became a pest m 1962 when the larvae were found infesting the early berries, and mechanical pickers dislodged large numbers into the crates. This univoltine, phytophagous, photopositive insect overwinters as the pupa in the litter under the bushes. Flightless females emerge in mid-March, mate, and lay eggs under the blossom scales and loose bark of the canes. The… CONTINUE READING
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