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Insect traps and lures provide pest managers, farmers and agricultural consultants with an early warning system to detect adult insect emergence. They also help in monitoring pest populations so that timely control programs can be implemented.
1. Trécé Group 1 Pheromone Lures
2. Trécé Group 2 Pheromone Lures
3. Trécé Codling Moth Lures and Trap Kits
4. Scentry Group A Pheromone Lures
5. Trap Index
The Trécé pheromones are applied to rubber septas for even release over a three to four week duration for better capture rates.
Lures Item No.
Trap Item No.
R03101 or R03401
European Corn Borer: IA
European Corn Borer: NY
T3300 or T3302
Oriental Fruit Moth
Pecan Nut Casebearer
Acrobasis nuxvorella neuzig
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The Trécé pheromones are applied to rubber septas for even release over a four week duration for better capture rates.
Codling Moth, or Cydia pomonella, is found throughout North America and is the number one pest of apples, pears and walnuts in many areas. Moths deposit eggs right on the fruit, larvae then tunnel directly inside to feed, so timing of control is absolutely critical. Treating too late or too early will cost you! Position traps before bloom and monitor through harvest. Kits include: nine 1CP traps, three pheromone lures and three trap liners.NOTE: CML2 lures last eight weeks versus four weeks for the standard CM lure.
Kits Item No.
Standard Codling Moth
Codling Moth CML2
The Scentry pheromones are applied to plastic chips, rubber septas or plastic vials for even release over a four week duration for better capture rates.
Bucket Trap, Green
Bucket Trap, Yellow/Green/White
Trécé 1C Wing Trap w/ Reusable Top
Trécé 1C Wing Trap w/ Disposable Top
Trécé Pherocon II Trap
Trécé Pherocon III Trap
Trécé 1CP Wing Trap
Gypsy Moth Trap
Insect Identification Guide
Insect Trapping Basics
How to Use Pheromone Lures and Traps