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  • A number of pests, such as Sitotroga cerealella or

    5. Central storage 1996

  • Angoumois grain moth (Sitotroga cerealella) · Secondary pests can only attack broken grain, moist, and thus soft grain, grain damaged by primary pests or processed products, e.g. flour.

    7. Important pests in storage 1996

  • Infestations of Sitophilus oryzae, Plodia interpunctella, Ephestia cautella and Sitotroga cerealella were more tolerant, requiring 2-14 ppm for control (Kramer and McGregor, 1980).

    Chapter 7 1994

  • Stockel and Edwards (1981) examined the effects of topical application of hydroprene on Sitotroga cerealella.

    Chapter 7 1994

  • Suppression of F1 progeny was achieved at doses of 10 ppb in Sitotroga cerealella, 20 ppb in R. dominica, 160 ppb in S. oryzae and O. surinamensis, and 640 ppb in Plodia interpunctella.

    Chapter 8 1994

  • Once or twice a month, 1000-5000 adults of Sitotroga cerealella, Rhyzopertha dominica, S. oryzae and Tribolium castaneum were sprinkled onto paper on the floor and allowed to move throughout the store.

    Chapter 7 1994

  • The integrated stored-food protection package described in this leaflet is conducive to maximising the impact of the beneficial species, whilst providing adequate protection against the major stored-food pests such as species of Sitophilus, the Larger grain borer or the Angumois grain moth (Sitotroga cerealella).

    Chapter 3 1994

  • The effects of topical application of methoprene to last instar larvae and newly formed pupae of Sitotroga cerealella were examined by Stockel and Edwards (1981).

    Chapter 7 1994

  • · Weevils and other storage insects: Some storage insects like the rice weevil (Sitophilus oryzee) and the Angoumis grain moth (Sitotroga sp.) can fly to the fields and infest crops from the soft dough stage onward.

    Chapter 11 1981

  • Angoumis grain moth (Sitotroga cerealella): A small cream - or tancolored moth with a wingspan of about 12.7 mm that is often the major stored grain pest in drier regions.

    Chapter 10 1981


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