This article is about elephant weevil management in blueberries. The optimum time for elephant weevil Orthorhinus cylindrirostris control is from September through to February when the adults emerge and climb onto the upper branch of the blueberry plants to mate. Egg laying lasts from September to February and peaks in October.
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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Blueberry, Pests, Summer 22