Horiver Dry

Horiver Dry Sticky traps

Use Horiver Dry for:

Catching and monitoring flying pest insects like:

  • Aphids
  • Leaf-miners
  • Whiteflies
  • Thrips
  • Sciarids
Packaging:

Available in various colours and sizes.

General information

In contrast to Horiver or Horiver Wet, the adhesive of Horiver Dry does not come off on your hands. The adhesive is covered with a silicone coated paper which is removed after the trap is positioned. The paper is perforated so that it can be removed in sections if required for monitoring purposes. The adhesive on these traps is generally not active for as long as the adhesive on Horiver or Horiver Wet as it is more easily saturated with insects or dust and debris.

When to use Horiver Dry?

Use Horiver Dry to monitor and trap adult aphids, leaf-miners, whiteflies, thrips and sciarids.

How does Horiver Dry work?

The sticky traps are coated with a strong insect trapping adhesive on both sides. Horiver Dry is available in different colours, as different pests feel attracted to different colours. The strong glue makes sure that the pest insects stick to the trap.

How to use Horiver Dry

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Application Horiver Dry

Instructions for usage:

  • With regards to tall crops such as cucumber, tomato and pepper, position the traps just above the top of the plant and adjust as the plants grow.
  • When it comes to crops with a low canopy, support the traps with canes or wire holders and install them a maximum 30 cm above the crop.
  • The traps must be placed in areas where the risk of pest infestation is high, e.g. at doors, gable ends and lateral ventilation openings.

Dosage

With regards to monitoring purposes, the advised rate is five traps per 1,000 m². If the traps must contribute to the control of pests in so-called hot spots (i.e. mass trapping), use at least one trap per 20 m² or at most one trap per 2 m². Both small and larger traps can be used for this purpose.

Handling

Koppert B.V. is not liable for any loss of quality if the product is stored for longer than recommended and/or under incorrect conditions.

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