Codling moth: External Damage
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View Internal Codling moth damage
Acknowledgment: The 360-rotators are the result of a collaborative project between WSU Tree Fruit Extension (WSU TFE), the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission (WTFRC), and The Good Fruit Grower (GFG).
Lead personnel: Rob Blakey (formerly WSU TFE), Ines Hanrahan (WTFRC), and TJ Mullinex (GFG).
Technical assistance: Matthew Ziegler (WSU CAHNRS Communications) and Wendy Jones (WSU TFE).