Mating Disruption Control for the Carob Moth

SPLAT LBAM EC-O overstimulates males with a sex pheromone to disrupt the mating cycle, deterring males from mating with female moths. To provide the best results we recommend you monitor your populations of Ectomyelois ceratoniae. Use when populations are dense to help deter mating activity.

Pests Targeted

Scientific Name
Ectomyelois ceratoniae

Common Name
Carob Moth

Pest Description

Primary damage is done at the larval stage in which the pest burrows into almonds, carobs, or dates. Damage is due to burrowing within these fruit, with attendant webs, frass, molts and molds.

Primary Crops Affected

The carob moth typically feeds on carobs, dates, fig, and almond trees.

SPLAT EC-O Benefits

Eliminates Resistance
Safer for the Environment
Safer for Humans & Pets
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