Super Track Ala –

Super Track Ala

Trap for the monitoring of harmful pests

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Product Description

HOW TO USE:
SUPER TRACK ALA is a common “four winds” trap for the monitoring of many phytophagous lepidoptera. It should be placed 1,5 meters above the ground, following the main wind direction, maintaining a distance of 25-30 meters between the traps and from the orchard borders. The dispensers must be inserted inside the traps; they maintain a good activity for 5-6 weeks. After this period, the pheromone must be replaced, even if the charge is not completely exhausted. Regular controls are needed (once a week, always in the same day) to register the catches and to clean the sticky panels from the captured adults. The sticky panel must be replaced when its adhesive properties are reduced or its correct cleaning is no longer possible. Sticky panels, used pheromones and their packaging must be disposed of outside the orchard in order to avoid the formation of unwanted attractive areas. Place 2-3 traps per hectare. With increasing surface area, reduce the number of traps.

HOW TO INSTALL:
– Insert the plastic wire in the roof.
– Open the sticky panel, place the pheromone in the middle and build up the trap by fitting the tongues into the specific holes. Place SUPER TRACK ALA within vegetation at man’s height.
– For catch control, remove two tabs of the sticky panel from the joints and proceed to the assessment.

Packaging: 34 units/box.
Content:
1 trap, 3 sticky panels, 3 pheromone dispensers, 1 plastic wire, 1 spatula to remove insects

angoumois grain moth (sitotroga cerealella)
barred fruit-tree tortrix (pandemis cerasana)
beet army worm (spodoptera exigua)
black cutworm (agrotis ipsilon)
bright-line brown-eyes moth (mamestra oleracea)
cabbage moth (mamestra brassicae)
California red scale (aonidiella aurantii)
chestnut leafminer (cameraria ohridella)
chocolate moth (ephestia elutella)
citrus flower moth (prays citri)
citrus mealybug (planococcus citri)
cotton bollworm (heliothis armigera)
cotton leafworm (spodoptera littoralis)
currant clearwing moth (synanthedon tipuliformis)
dark fruit-tree tortrix (pandemis heparana)
european corn borer (ostrinia nubilalis)
european grapevine moth (lobesia botrana)
european leafroller (archips rosanus)
european pine shoot moth (rhyacionia buoliana)
european poplar clearwing borer (paranthrene tabaniformis)
fruit-tree tortrix moth
grape tortrix moth (argyrotaenia pulchellana)
gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar)
heart and dart moth (agrotis exclamationis)
indian meal moth (plodia interpunctella)
leaf miner (leucoptera malifoliella)
lithocolletis (phyllonorycter spp)
mediterranean flour moth (ephestia kuehniella)
mediterranean fruit fly (ceratitis capitata)
mulberry scale (pseudalacaspis pentagona)
nun moth (Lymantria monaca)
olive fruit fly (dacus oleae)
olive kernel borer (prays oleae)
oriental fruit moth (cydia molesta)
pea moth (cydia nigricana)
peach twig borer (anarsia lineatella)
plum fruit moth (cydia funebrana)
potato tuber moth (phtorimaea operculella)
quince moth (euzophera bigella)
red-belted clearwing (synanthedon myopaeformis)
rusty tussock moth (orgyia antiqua)
San Josè scale (Comstockaspis perniciosa)
summer fruit tortrix moth (adoxophyes orana)
vine moth (eupoecilia ambiguella)
wood leopard moth (zeuzera pyrina)