Drosophila suzukii is a serious invasive pest on blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries, and many other cultivated and wild fruits. Fruit gets infested from early ripening until post-harvest. Wounding through egg-laying, larval feeding inside the pulp and secondary microbial infections can lead to a total loss of the harvest. We work on the development of sustainable pest control methods by translating a basic understanding of the insect ecology to application. Our main lines of research are the development of yeast-based monitoring traps and attract-and-kill tools as well as the potential application of pheromones.