Traps for the elimination and apprehension of the moths of the food. Trap of moths indicated for the control of infestation in the cupboards of kitchen, pantries, zones of food storage, etc. For the control and elimination of different plagues of moths, as the Mediterranean moth, the Indian moth, the moth of the tobacco, etc.
Eliminate pest of food moth by trap control natural swissinno
The inside of the food moth trap is coated with a powerful glue and contains a sexually alluring pheromone that attracts male moths into the trap where they are caught by the adhesive, and die. This severely curtails the breeding opportunities of the moths, which then reduces the moth population.
- Two unit for box.
- The trap is ready for use as soon as it has been unpacked: it is a complete plastic-moulded unit; no assembly is required.
- A self-adhesive fixing pad allows it to be stuck to a vertical surface, or to the underside of a shelf, and as it is flat and compact it occupies very little space in a kitchen cupboard, larder, or pantry.
- Even when moths are not obviously present, a trap will often catch a few moths, so giving an early warning of a new infestation by moths such as the Mediterranean flour moth, the Indian meal moth, the tobacco moth, and others.
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Plates in an innovative natural solution that combines the chromotropic action of its yellow color with the specific attractive pheromone. Its dual action allows you to capture, monitor and help combat harmful insects on tomatoes and other crops. The tomato moth (Tuta absolu) and the whitefly (Trialeurodes vapporiarum).
Packaging: 4 traps
The inside of the clothes moth trap is coated with a powerful glue and contains a sexually alluring pheromone that attracts male moths into the trap where they are caught by the adhesive, and die. This reduces drastically the opportunities of reproduction of the moths population and this way they disappear rapidly.
The pheromone attracts only male palillas, so bees and other insects are not affected. It is easy to measure the extent of a pest by the number of moths trapped in the adhesive film at any given time.