Tutasan water trap Water trap for species-specific pheromone of South American tomato pinworm (Tuta absoluta), Brinjal shoot & fruit borer (Leucinodes orbonalis) and Diamond back moth (Plutella xylostella)
Use Tutasan water trap for:
Monitoring and mass trappingSouth American tomato pinworm, Brinjal shoot & fruit borer and Diamondback moth
50 Tutasan water trap per case
When to use Tutasan?
Use water trap immediately after transplanting and distribute uniformly in the field for mass trapping. Water traps, in combination with other measures help to realize an effective control of Tuta absoluta, Leucinodes orbonalis and Plutella xylostella.
How does Tutasan work?
Use Tutasan water trap in combination with species-specific Pherodis pheromones. The capsule releases the scent of a species-specific sex pheromone. This scent lures adult males of the relevant butterfly/moth species into the trap.
How to use Tutasan water trap
Use 10 traps per acre and distribute uniformly in the field.
How to use water trap
Instruction for usage:
Install 10 water trap per acre and use up to 15 traps per acre in severe infestation
Maintain 18-20 m distance between the traps
Install the trap at 45 cm above the ground level and pull upwards as crop grows
Replace the pheromones at an interval of 4-6 weeks
Insert species-specific Pherodis pheromone to the space provided below protected lure holder and then insert the duffel over it. Fix entire unit on upper central part of the water trap as shown in the figure. Fill the trap with water to the brim. Add a small quantity of wetting agent Adpro Shootin (4-5 ml/trap) to avoid escape of trapped moth. Regularly check trap water level.
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