Plum Curculio: A Key Pest of Blueberries in New Jersey
Plum curculio, native to North America, is one of the most important insect pests of commercially cultivated blueberries in New Jersey. There is zero tolerance for plum curculio infestation in marketable fruit, since the presence of larvae, as well as feeding and oviposition scars, result in fruit rejection by consumers.
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pest management, monitoring, injury
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