Europe, UK, Ireland, Pests and Diseases

Tuber moth control: Higher fines for planting potatoes than for planting marijuana, Spanish grower says

The Guatemalan moth pest, that has hit potato crops in many parts of Asturias, (an autonomous community in north-west Spain) continues to affect growers in the area. The Guatemalan potato tuber moth was introduced into the Canary Islands (1998 – 2000) and caused several outbreaks both in potato fields and stores since. The larval stage is the most devastating. It has no other plant host known besides the potato.[Read More...]

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