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'Lesser occurrence of cecid fly pests and anthracnose disease was likewise reported in Calabarzon.
Mango production this season had dropped by at least 70 percent because of widespread infestation of cecid flies, leading to huge losses for mango growers and contractors, said Lito Arenas, former president of the Federation of Mango Growers and Handlers Association of Pangasinan.
Cecid flies lay eggs on the fruit surface and young mango leaves.
The infestation is now a common problem for mango growers with the cecid fly joining two other fruit pests - the fruit fly and the capsid bug - Padilla said.
A cecid fly resembles a mosquito and commonly lays eggs on young mango leaves, leading to infection of the leaves and mango fruit which lowers the crop's quality and market price.
Cecid flies lay their eggs on the fruit surface and young mango leaves.
But production had been dropping since 2012 when cecid flies first infested mangoes here.
Mayor Joseres Resuello said mango - for which the city is known - has been infested with cecid flies.
For the fifth straight year, mango production in Pangasinan province has suffered a devastating blow due to cecid flies.
Cecid flies first infested mangoes in the province in 2012, leaving growers with almost nothing to sell.
He said mango production this year was expected to increase by 40 percent despite a cecid fly infestation.
In previous studies (Polat et ai., 2008; Erler et al., 2008) for evaluating new materiais to control mushrooro flies (sciarids, cecids and phorids), some vegetable materials (Neemazal-T/S[R] and hot water plant extracts of Inula viscosa L.