The Anarsia lineatella Pheromone Lure is an effective way of controlling and monitoring populations of the Anarsia lineatella moth. These lures are an important part of integrated aphid management because they allow for the monitoring of insect populations and can be used to help reduce populations when necessary. Anarsia lineatella pheromone lures are also cost-effective and can be used in a variety of environments, making them a valuable tool for managing this invading moth.
- Helps detect early signs of Anarsia lineatella;
- Enhanced catch rates;
- Selective lure;
- Lasting effects.
Use the pheromone lures together with traps designed for moths or general insect traps.
The Delta trap is the optimal device to monitor this insect, but the Moth catcher trap can be utilised if there is a lot of dust or a large number of moths.
Methods of application:
When monitoring, use two traps per hectare (2 traps per ha) on small holdings and in fields with uneven topography.
For large-scale fields of homogenous land, use one trap every two hectares.
Begin collecting data weekly at the start of the flight of the overwintering generation.
During the peak of the population, readings should be taken more frequently.
Compatible with Russell IPM traps.
It is important to not reuse the trap for different insects, as that may lead to mixed catches.
Change lures every 4-6 weeks for best results.
Take into account climatic and biological factors when considering methods of action against invading insects.
Once the population reaches its peak, readings may need to be taken more frequently.
Store lures in a freezer at around -20ËšC(sealed pack). This ensures a long period of storage of up to several years.
Storing lures at 4ËšC will allow them to remain active for a maximum of 1 year.
Wear gloves when handling the pheromones, to avoid cross-contamination.
Please be sure to read, understand, and follow the full Conditions, Disclaimer, and Directions for Use. Use the appropriate personal safety equipment if required and when needed.
|Crop pests||fruit fly|
|Usage Area||Indoor, Outdoor|