Carrot Fly Trap

Type:
Sticky trap with wet glue
Product category:
Monitoring
  • For monitoring and trapping carrot flies

  • For monitoring and trapping carrot flies

Use for

Use for

Use the Carrot Fly Trap for monitoring and trapping carrot flies in carrot, parsnip, parsley and celery crops.

Pests

Carrot fly (Psila rosae).

Crops

Carrot, parsnip, parsley, celery.

How it works

How it works

Mode of action

Carrot flies are attracted to the orange colour of the trap and get caught in the glue.

Product specifications

Product specifications

Presentation

Pack of 2 orange sticky traps, 1 field pole (2 interlocking sections), 1 securing clip, 1 fixing clip.

Directions for use

Directions for use

Preparation

  • Slide the securing spring onto the field pole, the spring will move easily up or down the pole when the arms of the spring are pulled apart slightly 
  • Hang one sticky trap onto the spring by the holes (sticky side down) and secure this to the pole at an angle of 45 degrees with the use of the fixing clip

Application

  • The trap should be placed at a height just above the height of the crop, the trap can be raised by sliding the spring up the pole as the crop grows
  • Replace the traps as required once Carrot root fly is observed

Dosage

3-4 traps per field.

Timing

There are normally two generations of carrot fly a year. The first generation appears late April/early May and the second towards late July/August (depending on geographic location). Carrot Fly traps should be placed during these periods. 

Product handling

Product handling

Storage time

See Best before date.

Storage temperature

0-32°C/32-104°F.

Storage conditions

In a cool, dry place.

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