Variable Rate Mating Disruption

Smart mating disruption made simple

  • Maximum protection when your crop is most vulnerable: Variable rate mating disruption means maximum pheromone release during peak mating flights.
  • Late season coverage: We don’t waste pheromones when the moths aren’t flying.
  • Hands-off, labor-free install: We install the system so you don’t have to.
  • Site-specific codling moth phenology models: Your orchard is unique and may not fit generalized industry models. We use your unique in-canopy climate and actual pest development observations to better inform spray timing decisions.
  • Mating disruption solutions for: Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella), Obliquebanded Leafroller (Choristoneura rosaceana), Oriental Fruit Moth (Grapholita molesta)

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Graph showing cumulative degree days and trap counts over time

Automated Camera Traps

The right information when you need it most

  • Save time: Eliminate manual trap checking to scale and accelerate your scouting efforts.
  • Better understand moth flights: Automated, daily images help build a better understanding of flight profiles for improved control.
  • Hands-off, labor-free install: We install the traps and provide lure and liner changes for you.

Map of automated camera traps installed at a farm, showing total trap counts and an example of a codling moth trap image

Know Your In-Canopy Climate

In-canopy climate is what ultimately feeds all your decisions.

  • Know your variability: Per-acre temperature & humidity pinpoints areas of risk.
  • Automated calculations: In-canopy degree day tracking predicts pest development.
  • Plan ahead: 7-day forecasting on a per-acre level helps you optimize inputs for maximum effect.

Heatmap showing the variation in fireblight infection risk at a per-acre level

Related Solutions

From weather monitoring and pest management to scouting and reporting, discover the Semios software solutions we’ve developed to maximize this crop.