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Pest - TOMATO PINWORM

(Keiferia lycopersicella)

Tomato Pinworm Larvae damage tomatoes by feeding on leaves, stems, and fruit. Initial injury usually appears as a small leaf mine. Later injury includes leaf curling. Mature larvae can bore into the fruit, leaving a small pin-size hole. Plant tissues usually becomes infected and the fruit rots. Seedlings may be killed by the tomato pinworm.
Tomato pinworm can be controlled by using the pheremone mating disruptor spirals, NO-MATE TPW.
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