The Omnivorous Leafroller (Platynota stultana), is an agricultural pest for a wide range of crops including grapevines, kiwi, tree nurseries and many other varied fields. The larvae of the Omnivorous Leafroller feed on foliage and fruit, and use silk to form leaf rolls or attach leaves to fruit. They feed and develop within those rolls and silk tents. Most of the economic damage is caused while the larvae feed on the surface of the fruits. The Omnivorous Leafroller can be found in warm areas of the Southern United States and Mexico.