Pheromonal Control of the Grape Berry Moth: An Effective Alternative to Conventional Insecticides
Dennehy, T.; Clark, L.; Kamas, J.
Cornell University scientists have conducted research on pheromones of the grape berry moth for nearly 20 years. These efforts provided a foundation for the development of the Isomate- GBM?* pheromone product. This product received EPA and New York State registrations in 1990. The purpose of this bulletin is to describe the impressive results obtained with the Isomate-GBM? pheromone in large-scale field trials conducted throughout New York, and to provide instructions on how to use the pheromone product most effectively.
New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin135
New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
Pheromonal control of grape berry moth; effective alternatives to insecticides