Diamond Black Moth (DBM):
Host Crops: Cabbage, Cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, etc.
This small moth is colored gray and brown. It can potentially identified by a cream-colored band that may be present in the shape of a diamond on its back. The diamondback moth has a wingspan of about 15 mm and a body length of 6 mm. The forewings are narrow, brownish gray and lighter along the anterior margin, with fine, dark speckles. A creamy-colored stripe with a wavy edge on the posterior margin is sometimes constricted to form one or more light-colored diamond shapes, which is the basis for the common name of this moth. The hind wings are narrow, pointed toward the apex, and light gray, with a wide fringe. The tips of the wings can be seen to turn upward slightly when viewed from the side.
Minimum Order Quantity: 5000 Unit
|Pest Control Type||Pheromone|
|Area Of Coverage||10 unit per acre|
|Packaging Size||1 unit in pouch|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
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