European grapevine moth – Lobesia botrana
The European grapevine moth is currently regulated as a quarantine pest in Canada and is present in the countries listed in Appendix 2 of directive D-13-03.
The preferred hosts of the European grapevine moth are grapes. However, it may also feed on several other plants or plant products, including stone fruits, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, gooseberries, currants and pomegranates.
What information is available
- D-13-03: Phytosanitary import requirements to prevent the introduction of Lobesia botrana, the European grapevine moth
- D-95-08: Phytosanitary import requirements for fresh temperate fruits and tree nuts
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