European grapevine moth trapped in Sonoma County

European grapevine moth trapped in Sonoma County

Agriculture officials report a single male European grapevine moth (EGVM - Lobesia botrana) find in a vineyard trap in Cazadero in western Sonoma County, Calif. Agricultural officials immediately deployed delimitation traps at the rate of 100 traps per square mile. A visual survey was conducted for EGVM eggs and larvae but none were found.

A single male European grapevine moth (EGVM - Lobesia botrana) has been detected in a vineyard trap in Cazadero in western Sonoma County, Calif.

Agricultural officials immediately deployed delimitation traps at the rate of 100 traps per square mile. A visual survey was conducted for EGVM eggs and larvae. None were found.

The EGVM damages flowers

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