Cherry Bark Tortrix Enarmonia formosana (Home Garden Series) Replaces EB1893

Cherry bark tortrix, Enarmonia formosana (CBT), is a major invasive pest of many shrubs and trees, especially those in the Rosaceae family. The larvae of this broad-winged moth are bark borers whose ...
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