Exotic Pest Reporting
Oriental Fruit Fly (OFF)
Oriental Fruit Fly (OFF) (Bactrocera dorsalis) is an insect pest of fruits and nuts. It is a native of Asia and was first detected in Hawaii in the 1940's.
Visit the Fruit Flies program page for more information about this pest.
12/30/2013 - 101 Years of Fruit Fly Trapping
09/14/2012 - Fenthion dietary exposure review
08/03/2012 - San Joaquin ag production hits record 2.2B in 2011
07/13/2012 - NAPPO - Oriental Fruit Fly Eradicated in California
07/03/2012 - OFF gone from Anaheim area of Orange County
05/24/2012 - Wreaking Havoc on our Crops: Oriental fruit fly
03/19/2012 - Cherry farmers want in on treatment program
02/24/2012 - Battling Problem Pests in Paradise