Thaumatotibia leucotreta

  • Thaumatotibia leucotreta

The False Codling Moth, Thaumatotibia leucotreta, is an economic threat to citrus, grapevines, and more than 100 other host plant varieties. Damage is caused by the larvae that burrow into fruits or feed on fruits and seeds, causing bacteria growth in the fields. The False Codling Moth is mostly present in Sub-Saharan Africa and nearby islands. However, populations in the Middle East, Southern Europe and Northern Africa are occasionally found.


Products


The following products are effective to control the false codling moth. Please click on the titles below to get more information on these products. If you have more questions please contact us.


Crops


The following crops can be affected by the false codling moth. Please click on the titles below to find out more information about each one. If you have more questions please contact us.