August 04, 2020

Pest update from Wellesbourne

These are the numbers of insects captured between 31st July and 4th August.

Yellow water traps (3)

  • 21 male and 13 female cabbage root fly
  • 7 bean seed fly
  • 105 flea beetle
  • 166 pollen beetles
  • 4 cabbage stem weevil
  • 1 cabbage seed weevil
  • 1 cabbage stem flea beetle
  • 1 small white butterfly

Sticky traps for carrot fly

  • 21 carrot fly

Pheromone traps - 2 per species

  • Diamond-back moth 0
  • Silver Y moth 0
  • Turnip moth (cutworm) 0

6 cabbage root fly eggs on 15 'new' cauliflower plants.


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