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The Koppert Horiver- TR Large Blue Trap (848) are traps that can be used in crops like tomato, pepper and cucumber. It helps in preventing Aphids, whiteflies, leaf – miners, sciarids and thrips. Traps can be placed in certain areas where there is a high risk of infestation like ventilation openings, doors and gable ends. Hanging the traps amongst the plants will give better and quicker results of catching unwanted flying parasites. Product comes with 12 large blue sticky traps and has grid lines for better and accurate measuring. Each trap measures 40cm x 25cm.
|Target pests:||Sciarids and thrips.|
|For use in:||Cucumber, tomato, pepper and other crops that can be found at doors, gable ends and lateral ventilation openings.|
|Application:||In tall crops, position traps above the plant head and raised as the crops grow. In crops with a low canopy, support traps with canes or wire holders for about 12 inches above the crop.|
|Dimensions:||40 cm. x 25 cm.|
|Material / Construction:||Rectangular plastic foil covered with glue.|
|Special Features:||Large enough to catch a great number of insects.|
|Shipping Weight:||1.00 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Koppert Biological Systems (Mfg. Number: 848)|
The introduction rates of this product should be adjusted to the mode of action of the product and the results that can be expected in the crop where the product is applied.
Note: Only use products that are permitted in your country / state and crop.
- In tall crops such as cucumber, tomato and pepper, traps should be positioned just above the plant head and raised as the crop grows.
- For optimal effect against leaf-miner, put traps horizontally on concrete paths.
- In crops with a low canopy, traps should be supported by canes or wire holders a maximum of 12 inches above the crop.
- The traps should be placed in areas with the highest risk of infestation, i.e. at doors, gable ends and lateral ventilation openings.
- Traps should be removed if significant numbers of flying parasites are caught. This happens particularly when traps hang amongst the plants (instead of above).
Quantity to be used:
For monitoring purposes the advised rate is 5 traps per 1,196 sq yards. When the traps are meant to give a contribution to control in hot spots (i.e. mass trapping), use at least 1 trap per 24 sq yards, to a maximum of 1 trap per 2 sq yards. Both small and big traps can be used for this purpose.