Table of Contents

1  Introduction

2  Lifestages of the Codling Moth

2.1  Egg

2.2  Larva

2.3  Cocoon

2.4  Pupa

2.5  Adult

3  Horicultural Practice

3.1  Egg

3.1.1  Trichogramma Wasp

3.1.2  Granulovirus

3.1.3  Chemical Control

3.1.4  Horticultural Oil

3.2  Larva

3.2.1  Maggot Barriers

3.2.2  Chemical Control

3.2.3  Horticultural Oil

3.2.4  Manual Removal of Infested Fruit

3.2.5  Livestock

3.2.6  Disposal of Falls

3.3  Cocoon

3.3.1  Cardboard Bands

3.3.2  Wildlife

3.4  Pupa

3.5  Adult

3.5.1  Mating Disruption

3.5.2  Particle Film

3.5.3  Wildlife

3.5.4  Vinegar Trap

4  Weather

4.1  Phenology

4.2  Degree-Days

4.3  Degree-Day Table

4.4  Parameters of the Codling Moth Model

4.5  Biofix

4.6  Critical Insect Development Stages

4.7  What Can Go Wrong

4.7.1  Microclimate

4.7.2  Fuzzy Biofix

4.7.3  Early Treatment

4.7.4  Late Treatment

5  Chemical Control

5.1  Author's Apology

5.2  Under-Egg Ovicides

5.2.1  Insect Growth Regulators (IGRs)

5.3  Over-Egg Ovicides and Larvicides

5.3.1  Insect Growth Regulators (IGRs)

5.3.2  Neonicitinoids

5.3.3  Diamide

5.3.4  Pre-mixes

5.4  Larvicides

5.4.1  Organophosphates (OPs)

5.4.2  Spinosyn

5.4.3  Oxydiazine

5.4.4  Carbaryl

6  Software Extension for weeWX

6.1  Sample Output

6.2  "cydia" Installation

6.3  About Skin Configuration

6.4  "cydia" De-installation

6.5  "cydiagenerator" Script

6.6  "dd_table" Script

6.7  "C_pomonella.html" Template

6.8  "NOAA_YYYY.csv" Template

6.9  "cydia.css" Style Sheet

6.10  "skin.conf.cydia" As-Distributed Configuration