Xyleborus spp

Affected trees
Appletree, Chestnut tree, etc

Xyleborus is a coleopteran, belonging to the scolytidae family. It acts especially on weakened plants. Particularly intense attacks are observed in chestnut trees aged between 4 and 12 years. The female lays approximately 50 eggs.

Number of annual generations
One annual generation.

Destruction of xylemic vessels with consequent interruption of the sap circulation that will lead to a weakening of the plant. This weakening is particularly visible at the end of flowering. As a consequence of the attack, strong sap exudations can be observed on the tree trunk.

Pheromone: Glabruwit
Trap: DeltaSystem

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