Lobesia botrana

The European Grapevine Moth, Lobesia botrana, is a key pest of commercial grapes and can develop in a wide range of wild berry plants. The larvae are the ones that generate the damage due to their feeding activity on flowers and berries, and cause both direct damage by loss of berries, and indirect by making clusters easier to colonize by fungi such as gray mold (Botrytis cinerea).
The species is native to Southern Europe, and it is the key pest of grape production in all of the Mediterranean Basin and most of Europe. Between 2008 and 2010 several invasions were detected in the Americas, including Chile, Argentina and California.


Products


The following products can be used to control for the European grapevine moth. Please click on the titles below to find out more information. If you have more questions please contact us.


Crops


The following crops are affected by the European grapevine moth. Please click on the titles below to find out more information. If you have more questions please contact us.