Monica Cooper, a viticulture farm advisor, checks a trap and finds two male European grapevine moths in a vineyard in Oakville, Calif., on March 17, 2010. A quarantine in parts of California for the moth has been lifted.
Monica Cooper, a viticulture farm advisor, checks a trap and finds two male European grapevine moths in a vineyard in Oakville, Calif., on March 17, 2010. A quarantine in parts of California for the moth has been lifted. Brant Ward San Francisco Chronicle file
Monica Cooper, a viticulture farm advisor, checks a trap and finds two male European grapevine moths in a vineyard in Oakville, Calif., on March 17, 2010. A quarantine in parts of California for the moth has been lifted. Brant Ward San Francisco Chronicle file

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