Tips when using pheromone traps for Indianmeal moth infestations

By |  September 25, 2018
James Miller

James Miller, ACE, Market Manager, PCO for Trécé Inc.

When dealing with Indianmeal moth (IMM, Plodia interpunctella) infestations at accounts, remember that pheromone monitoring systems are just monitors for the adult male only. On average, up to 20 percent of an IMM generation are adult males; that means eggs, larvae, pupae and adult females are not attracted to pheromone monitoring systems. Pheromone monitoring systems serve three main functions:

  1. Detecting a pest.
  2. Determining the abundance of a pest.
  3. Verifying a corrective action.
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