Mating Disruption Control for the Light Brown Apple Moth

SPLAT LBAM HD-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 Epiphyas postvitanna. Our product should be used before moth flight migration to help deter mating activity.

Pests Targeted

Scientific Name
Epiphyas postvitanna

Common Name
Light Brown Apple Moth

Pest Description

Light brown apple moth (LBAM) larvae are the greatest concern as they feed on leaves and buds. Larvae also feed directly on fruit, such as grapes, apples, kiwi, plums, avocados, and citrus.

Primary Crops Affected

LBAM primarily attacks these trees: apple, pear, peach, apricot, nectarine, citrus, persimmon, cherry, almond, avocado, oak, willow, walnut, poplar, cottonwood, Monterey pine and eucalyptus.


Eliminates Resistance
Safer for the Environment
Safe for Humans & Pets
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