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Invader Lure & Lynfield Trap

Monitoring of Bactrocera dorsalis (formerly known in Southern Africa as Bactrocera invadens) male fruit flies.

Description
Purpose:

Monitoring of Bactrocera dorsalis (formerly known in Southern Africa as Bactrocera invadens) male fruit flies.

Description:

Lynfield bucket trap and dichlorvos tablet are required to trap and kill flies.

Dosage:

At least 1 per PUC or 1 per 100 ha

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Product FAQ's

Product FAQ's

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INVADER-B-LOK AND INVADER LURE?

Invader Lure only serves as an attractant in the Lynfield trap and this monitoring system uses dichlorvos tablets to kill the attracted pest. Invader-b-lok is a pest control product and does not form part of a monitoring system. It contains malathion, which kills the target organism on contact.

HOW OFTEN DOES INVADER LURE AND INVADER-B-BLOK NEED TO BE REPLACED?

Every 6 weeks.

WHERE IN THE CANOPY MUST INVADER LURE AND INVADER-B-BLOCK BE PLACED?

On the shady side of the tree, slightly inside the canopy and at least 1.5m high.