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Codling moth is the primary insect pest of apple and pear trees and can destroy an entire crop if uncontrolled. Understanding a moth's life cycle is important for determining management methods and timing of controls. Depending on temperatures, there can be up to three generations of codling moths per growing season. Insecticides and traps can be used to manage codling moth. Targeting first generation moths is the most effective and efficient way to prevent fruit damage.
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