Use the Bruchid Beetle Trap for monitoring and trapping broad-bean weevils in outdoor crops.
Broad-bean weevil (Bruchus rufimanus).
How it works
Mode of action
The Bruchid Beetle Trap needs to be used in combination with species-specific Pherodis dispensers. The dispensers release a species-specific lure which attracts the male and female weevils into the trap. Once in the trap, they cannot escape and are easy to detect, count and identify.
Directions for use
- Place the funnel on to the green bucket
- Place the pheromone dispenser in the transparent top
- Fix the transparent top to the funnel with a twist action lining up the slots
- Place trap on a 1 metre stick
- Place one trap on the north edge and one trap on the south edge of the field
Two traps per field.
Use the Bruchid trap when flight of adult beetles is expected from the end of March during vegetative growth (depending on geographic location). Bruchid beetle traps are not reliable during the flowering period of field beans and may not be suitable for use in earlier flowering winter beans.
Use in combination with Pherodis Bruchus rufimanus.
Store out of sunlight.
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