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Mating Disruption for Peach Twig Borer

Utilizing mating disruption for Peach Twig Borer control is simple and effective. Suterra's suite of CheckMate® PTB products give you the ability to reduce damage caused by Peach Twig Borer while fitting seamlessly into your IPM strategy.

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CheckMate® PTB-XL

This easy-to-deploy product releases the sex pheromone of the adult female PTB moth continuously throughout the orchard, reducing males’ ability to find females. This disrupts the mating cycle of the moth and suppresses pest populations. CheckMate® PTB-XL is an ecologically friendly, effective tool that leaves no residue.
16804 PTB Dispenser

CheckMate® PTB-F

Easy-to-deploy and a flexible option for PTB control.  It is tank-mixable with common agrochemicals and works well with nearly any water volume. This product releases the female PTB moth’s sex pheromone in microcapsules throughout the orchard, reducing adult males’ ability to find females. This disrupts the pest’s mating cycle and suppresses pest populations.
16221 PTB-F Bottle

CheckMate® SF

CheckMate® SF Dispenser is Suterra’s long-lasting combo mating disruption dispenser for management of Oriental fruit moth and peach twig borer in stone fruit crops and tree nut crops where these pests are a common problem.
16702 Stone Fruit Dispenser

Why Leading Growers Choose CheckMate® PTB

  • Reduces PTB pest populations and damage
  • Perfect IPM partner to significantly reduce damage
  • Does not harm beneficial insects
  • Made in the USA by grower-owned Suterra

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