Swedish strawberry production suffers from several severe insect pests. When usage of traditional insecticides is phased out and IPM implemented novel green methods for pest control are urgently needed. The strawberry tortricid, Acleris comariana, is a severe pest on strawberries. Its larvae feed on leaves and flower buds of the plant, causing deformed and thus low quality berries. Moths use pheromones for mate finding, and these compounds can be used for monitoring and control of pest populations. In this project we aim to (i) identify the sex pheromone of A. comariana, (ii) develop an efficient pheromone trap for detection of the species, and for estimating its flight phenology and population sizes, and (iii) apply mating disruption to control the pest. The results will serve as a basis for an IPM program, and training courses will be offered to the strawberry growers. The goal is to make traps/dispensers for monitoring/control of this moth commercially available in a near future.