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Melon Fly Lure

27 /Piece
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 5000 Pack(s)

  Description : Host Crop: All Vegetable crops. Melon Fruit fly is the most damaging pest of cucurbits and considered as an important obstacle for the economic production of Cucumber, Bottle gourd, Bitter gourd, Sweet gourd, Snake gourd, Ridge gourd, Pointed gourd, Sponge gourd, Pumpkins, Mask melon, Watermelon.   Pest Identification: Adult Melon fruit flies are similar in size to a housefly, about 6-8 mm long. The body is light brown to a honey color in appearance. There are several prominent bright yellow markings on the thorax (upper body) and a distinctive black 'T' pattern at the base of the abdomen (lower body). The wings are clear with a dark coastal vein and a "melon seed" shaped spot at the tip.   Technology: MAT Technology - (Meal Annihilation Technique) It is the process of attraction and trapping the insect those damages to fruit.   Per Acre Use:  IPM /Maxplus trap with Melon fly lure at 15/ha for controlling.   Benefits: Economically Affordable, easy to install and manage. If used properly can detect low numbers of insects. Collect only Species Specific Non-toxic. Can be used all season long. Pheromone Lures are species-specific. Reduce the use of harmful pesticides and do organic farming and save life. Features: Pheromone used 99% pure. 100% Effective from other commercial products. Wooden lure size is (10 mm * 17 mm * 35 mm) in center one hole for hanging option. Lure working for 60 days an active with 100% catches. Lure attracts to fly 1.8 km and In farm 150-meter riddance. The lure can stay for one year without removing from packing. Lure packing in silver anti smell realizing pouch, with inside aluminum coated for gerent.   Precaution: Please use hand gloves / clean hand for handling lure   Suitable Trap for Melon fly Lure: IPM Trap or Maxplus Trap  

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Packaging Details : 1UNITS PACK AND EACH PACKET 50 MELON FLY LURE, EACH BOX 20 PACKETS.

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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Peach Fruit Fly Lure

27 /Pack
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 5000 Piece(s)
  • Type Pheromone Trap
  • Certification ISO 9001 : 2015
  • Color Brown
  • Condition New
  • Country of Origin India
  • Brand Name GREEN REVOLUTION
  • Classification PHEROMONE
  • Feature FRUIT FLY LURE
  • Pest Type FRUIT FLY
  • Material Soft Wood
  • Dispenser Wooden Block Containing Insect Attractant
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 60 Days
  • Application Agriculture

Damage To Crop : B. zonata is polyphagous. In India, Pakistan and Egypt, it is an important fruit fly pest and causes severe damage to Peach, Guava and Mango. Many other fruit and vegetables are also infested by this fly. In certain areas of north India and Pakistan it has been more notorious than Bactrocera dorsalis. It has a great preference for fruits including peaches and guavas and sometimes the crop is severely damaged. Infestations are often mixed with B. dorsalis. Control Measures: Methyl eugenol is used to lure males and it is very effective in monitoring these fruit flies. It attracts flies over a range of up to 1 km. The lure is placed in the trap along with malathion/DDVP soaked in small cotton wicks they are suspended in the middle of the trap to release the scent slowly in the atmosphere to attract and trap the fruit flies.

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Packaging Details : EACH POUCH 1 UNIT AND EACH PACKET 50 POUCHES AND PER BOX 20PACKET

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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Tuta absoluta / TOMATO LEAFMINER PHEROMONE LURE

21 /Pack
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 10000 Piece(s)
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Dispenser Septa
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Area Of Coverage 10-15 Lure per acre
  • Shelf Life 1 Year

Pest Identification : Adult are about 10 mm long have filiform antennae and silverfish-grey scales, black spots on anterior wings. Life History : Tuta absoluta is a holometabolous insect with a high rate of reproduction. It may be able to complete 10-12 generations per year depending on environmental conditions. Tuta absoluta completes a generation in 28 days. Adult males live longer than females. Both genders mate multiple times. The first mating usually occurs the day after adults emerge. Each female can lay up to 260 eggs in a lifetime. Freshly hatched larvae are light yellow or green and only 0.5 mm in length. As they mature, larvae develop a darker green color and a characteristic dark band posterior to the head capsule. Four larval instars develop. Larvae do not enter diapause when food is available. Pupation may take place in the soil, on the leaf surface, within mines or in packaging material. A cocoon is built if pupation does not take place in the soil. Damage To Crop : Larvae of Tuta absoluta mine the leaves, flowers, shoots, and fruit of tomato as well as the leaves and tubers of potato. After hatching, larvae penetrate apical buds, flowers, new fruit, leaves, or stems. Conspicuous irregular mines and galleries as well as dark frass make infestations relatively easy to spot. The damage caused by this pest is severe, especially in young plants. In tomato, it can attack any plant part at any crop stage and can cause up to 100% crop destruction. Control Measures : The female, 1 or 2 days after emergence, releases a potent pheromone that lures males to exhibit mating behaviour and copulation. By using of synthetic pheromones we can monitor population levels and trigger applications of chemicals.

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Packaging Details : EACH BOX 2000 POUCHES OF TUTOM LURE

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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DIAMONDBACK MOTH PHEROMONE LURE / DBM LURE

10 /Pack
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 10000 Piece(s)
  • Type Pheromone Trap
  • Certification ISO 9001 : 2015
  • Condition New
  • Brand Name GREEN REVOLUTION
  • Classification PHEROMONE
  • Feature DBM PHEROMONE LURE
  • Pest Type Diamondback Moth
  • Insect Type Moths
  • Pest Control Type Pheromone
  • Application Agriculture
  • Packaging Box
  • Area of Coverage 10 Unit per Acre
  • Trap Triangle

The Diamondback Moth DBM (Plutella xylostella), sometimes called the cabbage moth, is a moth species of the family Plutellidae and genus Plutella. The small, grayish-brown moth sometimes has a cream-colored band that forms a diamond along its back.

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Packaging Details : EACH BOX 2000 POUCHES OF DBM LURE

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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YELLOW STEM BORER PHEROMONE LURE

10 /Pack
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 10000 Piece(s)
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Dispenser Septa
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Application Agriculture

Pest Identification : The forewing of the female YSB moth is ochreous yellow to whitish with a black spot in the middle. It has a wingspan of 24-36 mm. Its abdomen is wide tufts are pale ochreous. The adult male is smaller than female. The forewings are gray or light brown in color and have two rows of black spots at the tip. Sometimes the males are whitish yellow and spots on the forewing are not very clear. Variation in the intensity of colour in the forewing and the size of the moth has also been observed. Damage To Crop : Egg are laid on the underside of the leaves, freshly hatched larvae move downwards to leaf sheath and feed on inner tissue, With the advancement of growth and development larvae bore into stem bore into stem and feed on inner surface. Due to such feeding at vegetative stage the central leaf whorl unfold, turns brown and dries up which is termed as Dead Hearth. Infestation after the panicle initiation result in drying of panicle which may not emerges at all and those that have already emerges do not produce grain and appears as white head.

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Packaging Details : YSB LURE POUCH IS PER PACKET 100UNITS AND PER BOX 20 PACKETS.

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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FALL ARMY WORM PHEROMONE LURE

12 /Pack
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 10000 Piece(s)
  • Insect Type Moths
  • Pest Control Type Pheromone
  • Application Agriculture
  • Dose 10 Lure per Acre
  • Trap Type Funnel Trap
  • Quantity per Pack 1000 Unit

Fall Armyworm / FAW (Spodopetra Frugiperda) Pheromone lure  The life cycle is completed in about 30 days during the summer, but 60 days in the spring and autumn, and 80 to 90 days during the winter. The number of generations occurring in an area varies with the appearance of the dispersing adults. The ability to diapauses is not present in this species. In it are abundant from April to December, but some are found even during the winter months.

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Packaging Details : EACH BOX 20 PACKETS AND EACH PACKET IN 100 OF LURE POUCHES.

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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Helicoverpa armigera Pheromone Lure

10 /Piece
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 10000 Piece(s)
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Dispenser Septa
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Application Agriculture
  • Dose 10 Lure per Acre

Pest Identification : It is stoutly built, large brown or yellowish brown moth, about 20 mm long and dark specks that make V- shaped marks on the forewings and a conspicuous black spot in the centre. The hind wings are light and dull-coloured with black border. The larva measures 35-45 mm long and is greenish with dark broken grey lines along the sides of the body. Damage To Crop : The young larvae on hatching feed on foliage for some times and later bore into the reproductive parts of hosts (flowers and fruits) with their bodies hanging outside. Feeding damage results in holes bored into reproductive structures and feeding within the plant

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Packaging Details : EACH POUCH 1 UNIT AND PACKETS IN 100 POUCHES. PER BOX 20 PACKET.

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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Spod-O Pheromone Lure

12 /Piece
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 10000 Piece(s)
  • Type Pheromone Trap
  • Certification ISO 9001 : 2015
  • Condition New
  • Brand Name GREEN REVOLUTION
  • Classification PHEROMONE
  • Feature SPODO PHEROMONE LURE
  • Pest Type spodoptera litura
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Dispenser Septa
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Application Agriculture
  • Area of Coverage 10 Lures per Acre

Host Crops : Cabbage, Chilli, Maize, Corn, Cotton, Grapes, Tomato, Beans, Cauliflower, Red gram, Black gram, Green gram, Pea, Groundnut, Caster, Sunflower, Onion, Sorghum, Soybean. Pest Identification : Adult moth is stout with wavy white markings on the brown forewings and white hind wings with a brown patch along its margin. Eggs are laid in groups usually on ventral side of the tender leaves and covered with brown hair. The egg period is 4-5 days. Larva is stout, cylindrical, pale brownish with dark markings. The body may have row of dark spots or transverse and longitudinal grey and yellow bands. When fully grown, measures about 35-40 mm in length. Damage To Crop : On most crops, damage arises from extensive feeding by larvae, leading to complete stripping of the plants. Freshly hatched caterpillars feed gregariously, scrapping the leaves from ventral surface. Greenish caterpillars feed on the leaves voraciously and present an appearance to the field as if grazed by cattle. Since this pest is nocturnal in habit it hides under the plants, cracks and crevices of soil and debris during the day time. Fecal pellets are seen on the leaves and on the ground which is the indicator of the pest incidence.

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Packaging Details : EACH BOX 1000 POUCHES OF SPODO LURES

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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Beetle Lure / RB LURE

180 /Piece
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 5000 Piece(s)
  • Type Pheromone Trap
  • Certification ISO 9001 : 2015
  • Condition New
  • Brand Name GREEN REVOLUTION
  • Classification PHEROMONE TRAP
  • Feature RB PHEROMONE LURE
  • Pest Type Rhinoceros Beetle
  • Insect Type Rhinoceros Beetle
  • Pest Control Type Pheromone
  • Application Agriculture
  • Packaging Size 1 Unit in Each Pouch
  • Grade Superior
  • Shelf Life 45 Days

Rhinoceros beetles are herbivorous insects named for the horn-like projections on and around the males' heads. Most are black, gray, or greenish in color, and some are covered in soft hairs. Another name given to some of these insects is the Hercules beetle, because they possess a strength of Herculean proportion. Adults of some species can lift objects 850 times their weight. One way the beetles use this extreme strength is to dig themselves into leaf litter and soil to escape danger. Their horns also help them to do this. Rhinoceros beetles can grow up to six inches (15 centimeters).

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Packaging Details : EACH PACKET 100 LURES POUCHES AND 10 PACKET PER BOX

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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Red Palm Lure

65 /Pack
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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 5000 Piece(s)
  • Type Pheromone Trap
  • Certification ISO 9001 :2015
  • Condition New
  • Brand Name GREEN REVOLUTION
  • Classification PHEROMONE
  • Feature RED PALM WEEVIL
  • Pest Type Rhynchophorus ferrugineus
  • Insect Type Pheromone
  • Pest Control Type RED PALM WEEVIL
  • Application Agriculture
  • Packaging Box
  • Area of Coverage 3-4 per Acer
  • Purity 100%

Red palm weevil is widely considered to be the most damaging insect pest of palms in the world.Inyoung plantations crown , trunk and bole are the natural sites of damage.In older plantations only crown are infested. The adult weevils live for 3-4 mounths.The females are known to be attracted strongly to the fermenting sap oozing out of wounds in the trunk of leaf bases.

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Packaging Details : EACH BOX 1000 PAOUCHE SOF RED PALM LURES

Delivery Time : 2-3 days

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Bactrocera Cucurbitae Lure

  • Dispenser Wooden Block Containing Insect Attractant
  • Material Soft Wood
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 60 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Bactrocera Cucurbitae Common Name of the Pest : Melon fly Host crops : Gherkin, Cucumber , Bottle gourd, Bitter gourd, Sweet gourd, Snake gourd, Ridge gourd, Pointed gourd , Sponge gourd, Pumpkins , Mask melon, Watermelon. Pest Identification : Adult Melon fruit flies are similar in size to a housefly, about 6-8 mm long. The body is light brown to a honey color in appearance. There are several prominent bright yellow markings on the thorax (upper body) and a distinctive black 'T' pattern at the base of the abdomen (lower body). The wings are clear with a dark coastal vein and "melon seed" shaped spot at the tip. Damage To Crop : It prefers young, green, and tender fruits for egg laying. The females lay the eggs 2 to 4 mm deep in the fruit pulp, and the maggots feed inside the developing fruits. At times, the eggs are also laid in the corolla of the flower, and the maggots feed on the flowers. A few maggots have also been observed to feed on the stems. The fruits attacked in early stages fail to develop properly, and drop or rot on the plant. Since, the maggots damage the fruits internally, it is difficult to control this pest with insecticides. One female may lay over 1000 eggs during her life. Oviposition peaks occur in the morning and late afternoon. Eggs hatch in about 24 hours. Control Measures : Melon fly cannot be controlled by pesticide spray. Wooden blocks impregnated with cue lure or cotton wicks placed in the trap along with malathion/DDVP soaked in small cotton wicks they are suspended in the middle of the trap to release the scent slowly in the atmosphere to attract and trap the fruit flies.

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Bactrocera Correcta Lure

  • Dispenser Wooden Block Containing Insect Attractant
  • Material Soft Wood
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 60 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Bactrocera Correcta Common Name of the Pest : Guava fruit fly Host Crops : Guava, Mango, Peach, Sapota, Citrus, Papaya Pest Identification : Guava fruit fly is slightly larger than a housefly. It has two black transverse bands on its face and predominately black scutum with two yellow lateral stripes (vittae). Yellow costal band on the wing is interrupted and expanded at apex into a brown spot. Abdomen yellow to orange-yellow with a black mark on dorsal surface. Damage To Crop : Adult fruit flies damage the fruit where they lay their eggs causing blemishes and discoloration. The maggots bore into the fruit, develop inside and pave the way for secondary invaders (fungi or bacteria), which cause extensive rotting and dropping of fruit. Damaged fruits are unfit for human consumption. Damage symptoms do not vary on different crops. Control Measures : Methyl eugenol is used to lure males and it is very effective in monitoring these fruit flies. It attracts flies over a range of up to 1 km. The lure is placed in the trap along with malathion/DDVP soaked in small cotton wicks they are suspended in the middle of the trap to release the scent slowly in the atmosphere to attract and trap the fruit flies.

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Bactrocera Dorsalis Lure

  • Dispenser Wooden Block Containing Insect Attractant
  • Material Soft Wood
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 60 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Bactrocera Dorsalis Common Name of the Pest : Oriental fruit fly Host Crops : Apricot , Banana, Citrus, Guava, Mango, Papaya, Peach, Pear, Pineapple, Sapota, Tomato. Pest Identification : The color of the fly is highly variable but mostly yellow with dark markings on the thorax and abdomen. Generally, the abdomen has two horizontal black stripes and a longitudinal median stripe extending from the base of the third segment to the apex of the abdomen. These markings may form a "T" shaped pattern, but the pattern varies considerably. Damage To Crop : Eggs of B. dorsalis are laid below the skin of the host fruit. These hatch within 1-3 days and the larvae feed for another 9-35 days. Females begin to lay eggs about 8 days after emergence from the puparium. Under optimum conditions, a female can lay more than 3, 000 eggs during her lifetime, but under field conditions approximately 1, 200 to 1, 500 eggs per female is considered to be the usual production. Ripe fruit are preferred for egg laying, but immature ones may be also attacked. Larval feeding in fruits is the most damaging. Damage usually consists of breakdown of tissues and internal rotting associated with maggot infestation, but this varies with the type of fruit attacked. Infested young fruit becomes distorted, callused and usually drop; mature attacked fruits develop a water soaked appearance. The larval tunnels provide entry points for bacteria and fungi that cause the fruit to rot. When only a few larvae develop, damage consists of an unsightly appearance and reduced marketability because of the egg laying punctures or tissue break down due to the decay. Control Measures : Methyl eugenol is used to lure males and it is very effective in monitoring these fruit flies. It attracts flies over a range of up to 1 km. The lure is placed in the trap along with malathion/DDVP soaked in small cotton wicks they are suspended in the middle of the trap to release the scent slowly in the atmosphere to attract and trap the fruit flies.

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Bactrocera Zonata Lure

  • Dispenser Wooden Block Containing Insect Attractant
  • Material Soft Wood
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 60 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Bactrocera Zonata Common Name of the Pest : Peach fruit fly Host Crops : Peach, Guava, Mango Pest Identification : The adult peach fruit fly (PFF) is about the size of a housefly, 5 to 6 m millimeters (mm) in length. It is reddish-brown, with yellow patches on the top and sides of the thorax, two black spots on the face, a faint dark T-shaped mark on the abdomen, and transparent wings with a small brown spot at the tip. The female has a pointed slender ovipositor to deposit eggs under the skin of host fruit. Damage To Crop : B. zonata is polyphagous. In India, Pakistan and Egypt, it is an important fruit fly pest and causes severe damage to Peach , Guava and Mango.Many other fruit and vegetables are also infested by this fly. In certain areas of north India and Pakistan it has been more notorious than Bactrocera dorsalis . It has a great preference for fruits including peaches and guavas and sometimes the crop is severely damaged. Infestations are often mixed with B. dorsalis. Control Measures : Methyl eugenol is used to lure males and it is very effective in monitoring these fruit flies. It attracts flies over a range of up to 1 km. The lure is placed in the trap along with malathion/DDVP soaked in small cotton wicks they are suspended in the middle of the trap to release the scent slowly in the atmosphere to attract and trap the fruit flies.

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Leucinodes Orbonalis Lure

  • Dispenser Vial
  • Material U V Stabilized Plastic Polymer
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Leucinodes orbonalis Common Name of the Pest : Brinjal fruit & shoot Borer Host crops : Brinjal Fruit and Shoot Borer (BFSB) is a very dangerous pest of brinjal. It not only reduces the yield by making holes in shoots as well as in fruits but also reduces the aesthetic value of the fruits so loss get doubled. It is a monophagous pest feeds only on Brinjal. The normal control measures like spraying of pesticides does not solve the problem instead making the environment polluted, ecological disturbance and vegetable poisoning. Pest Identification : The adult is greyish-brown moth with white wings. The fore and hind wings are provided with marginal hairs and bears pinkish-brown spots. The adult size is 20 mm across the spread wings. Damage To Crop : Larva is a internal feeder, it immediately bore into the nearest tender shoot or flower or fruit just after hatching, . Soon after boring into shoots or fruits, they plug the entrance hole with excreta. As a result, the affected twigs, flower and fruits dries up and may drop off. Presence of wilted shoots in an eggplant field is the surest sign of damage by this pest. This reduces plant growth, which in turn, reduces fruit number and size. New shoots can arise but this delays crop maturity and the newly formed shoots are also subject to larval damage. Larval feeding in flowers results in failure to form fruit from damaged flowers. Larval feeding inside the fruit results in destruction of fruit tissue. The feeding tunnels are often clogged with frass. This makes even slightly damaged fruit unfit for marketing. The yield loss varies from season to season and from location to location. Control Measures : The IPM strategy based on sex pheromone reduces pesticide abuse. The sex pheromone confuse the male adult from mating and thus preventing fertilized egg production by trapping significant number of male moths, which results in reduction of larval and adult population build–up. Lcu-0 Lures : Set up Delta trap with LU-C Lure to monitor, attract and kill the male moths @ 12 nos./ha and change the vial once in 3 weeks.

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Tuta Absoluta Lure

  • Dispenser Vial
  • Material U V Stabilized Plastic Polymer
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Tuta absoluta Common Name of the Pest : Tomato leafminer Host Crops : Tomato, Potato Pest Identification : Adult are about 10 mm long have filiform antennae and silverish-grey scales, black spots on anterior wings. Life History : Tuta absoluta is a holometabolous insect with a high rate of reproduction. It may be able to complete 10-12 generations per year depending on environmental conditions. Tuta absoluta completes a generation in 28 days. Adult males live longer than females. Both genders mate multiple times. The first mating usually occurs the day after adults emerge. Each female can lay up to 260 eggs in a lifetime. Freshly hatched larvae are light yellow or green and only 0.5 mm in length. As they mature, larvae develop a darker green color and a characteristic dark band posterior to the head capsule. Four larval instars develop. Larvae do not enter diapause when food is available. Pupation may take place in the soil, on the leaf surface, within mines or in packaging material. A cocoon is built if pupation does not take place in the soil. Damage To Crop : Larvae of Tuta absoluta mine the leaves, flowers, shoots, and fruit of tomato as well as the leaves and tubers of potato. After hatching, larvae penetrate apical buds, flowers, new fruit, leaves, or stems. Conspicuous irregular mines and galleries as well as dark frass make infestations relatively easy to spot. The damage caused by this pest is severe, especially in young plants. In tomato, it can attack any plant part at any crop stage and can cause up to 100% crop destruction.

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Plutella Xylostella Lure

  • Dispenser Vial
  • Material U V Stabilized Plastic Polymer
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Plutella xylostella Common Name of the Pest : Diamondback moth Host Crops : Cabbages, Cauliflowers , Broccoli Pest Identification : The adult is a small, slender, grayish-brown moth with pronounced antennae. It is about 6 mm long, and marked with a broad cream or light brown band along the back. The band is sometimes constricted to form one or more light-colored diamonds on the back, which is the basis for the common name of this insect. When viewed from the side, the tips of the wings can be seen to turn upward slightly. Adult males and females live about 12 and 16 days, respectively, and females deposit eggs for about 10 days. The moths are weak fliers, usually flying within 2 m of the ground, and not flying long distances. However, they are readily carried by the wind. Damage To Crop : Plant damage is caused by larval feeding. Although the larvae are very small, they can be quite numerous, resulting in complete removal of foliar tissue except for the leaf veins. This is particularly damaging to seedlings, and may disrupt head formation in cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower. The presence of larvae in florets can result in complete rejection of produce, even if the level of plant tissue removal is insignificant. Control Measures : The IPM strategy based on sex pheromone has reduced pesticide abuse. The sex pheromone confuse the male adult for mating and thus preventing fertilized egg production by trapping significant number of male moths, which resulted reduction of larval and adult population build–up. Plu-Ta Lures : Set up Delta trap with Plu-T Lures to monitor, attract and kill the male moths @ 12 nos./ha and change the septa once in 3 weeks.

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Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus Lure

  • Dispenser Vial
  • Material U V Stabilized Plastic Polymer
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus Common Name of the Pest : Red Palm Weevil Host Crops : Coconut, Date Palm Pest Identification : Adult weevils are reddish brown, about 35 mm long and 10 mm wide and are characterized by a long curved rostrum (snout). Dark spots are visible on the upper side of the middle part of the body. The head and rostrum comprise about one-third of the total length. In the male, the dorsal apical half of the snout is covered by a patch of short brownish hairs, the snout is bare in the female, more slender, curved and a little longer than the male. Damage To Crop : Red Palm Weevil is widely considered to be the most damaging insect pest of palms in the world. RPW s are usually attracted to unhealthy palm trees, but they will often attack healthy palms too. Red Palm Weevil larvae feed within the apical growing point of the palms creating extensive damage to palm tissues and weakening the structure of the palm trunk. Control Measures : The pheromone employed is an aggregation pheromone produced by males that will attract both sexes, although a higher ratio of females is normally captured than males. Insecticide should be placed in these traps to kill trapped weevils. Baiting traps with attractants such as dates or sugarcane will result in a significantly higher incidence of capture. Recommended Traps : Our Specialized bucket traps with 3 of 4 holes is wound with coconut fibre/ jute sack, so that the pests can enter. The lure is suspended inside the bucket and one liter of water is added along with 100g pineapple/ sugarcane. The bait buckets are placed at sites in the farm, where infestation is seen most. After a week the water is checked for the catch & re filled to prevent mosquitoes from breeding.

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Scirpophaga Incertulas Lure

  • Dispenser Septa
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Scirpophaga Incertulas Common Name of the Pest : Yellow Stem Borer Host Crops : Rice Pest Identification : The forewing of the female YSB moth is ochreous yellow to whitish with a black spot in the middle. It has a wingspan of 24-36 mm. Its abdomen is wide anal tufts are pale ochreous. The adult male is smaller than female. The forewings are gray or light brown in color and have two rows of black spots at the tip. Sometimes the males are whitish yellow and spots on the forewing are not very clear. Variation in the intensity of colour in the forewing and the size of the moth has also been observed. Damage To Crop : Egg are laid on the underside of the leaves, freshly hatched larvae move downwards to leaf sheath and feed on inner tissue, With the advancement of growth and development larvae bore into stem bore into stem and feed on inner surface. Due to such feeding at vegetative stage the central leaf whorl unfold, turns brown and dries up which is termed as Dead Hearth. Infestation after the panicle initiation result in drying of panicle which may not emerges at all and those that have already emerges do not produce grain and appears as white head. Control Measures : Funnel trap with SCIRPO-I Lure at 15/ha for monitoring.

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Spodoptera Litura Lure

  • Dispenser Septa
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Spodoptera Litura Common Name of the Pest : caterpillar Host Crops : Cabbage, Chilli, Maize, Corn, Cotton, Grapes, Tobbaco, Tomato, Beans, Cauliflower, Red gram, Black gram, Green gram, Pea, Groundnut, Caster, Sunflower, Onion, Sorghum, Soybean. Pest Identification : Adult moth is stout with wavy white markings on the brown forewings and white hind wings with a brown patch along its margin. Eggs are laid in groups usually on ventral side of the tender leaves and covered with brown hair. The egg period is 4-5 days. Larva is stout, cylindrical, pale brownish with dark markings. The body may have row of dark spots or transverse and longitudinal grey and yellow bands. When fully grown, measures about 35-40 mm in length. Damage To Crop : On most crops, damage arises from extensive feeding by larvae, leading to complete stripping of the plants. Freshly hatched caterpillars feed gregariously, scrapping the leaves from ventral surface . Greenish caterpillars feed on the leaves voraciously and present an appearance to the field as if grazed by cattle. Since this pest is nocturnal in habit it hides under the plants, cracks and crevices of soil and debris during the day time. Feacal pellets are seen on the leaves and on the ground which is the indicator of the pest incidence. Control Measures : Funnel trap with Spo-do Lure at 15/ha for monitoring.

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Helicoverpa Armigera Lure

  • Dispenser Vial
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Helicoverpa (Heliothis) Armigera Common Name of the Pest : Cotton bollworm Host Crops : Soybean, Tomato, Maize, Bengal gram, Red gram, Cotton, Chilli, Green gram, Okra, Rose, Cow pea, Sunflower, Sorghum, Chrysanthemum, Groundnut. Pest Identification : It is stoutly built, large brown or yellowish brown moth, about 20 mm long and dark specks that make V- shaped marks on the forewings and a conspicuous black spot in the centre. The hind wings are light and dull-coloured with black border. The larva measures 35-45 mm long and is greenish with dark broken grey lines along the sides of the body. Damage To Crop : The young larvae on hatching feed on foliage for some times and later bore into the reproductive parts of hosts (flowers and fruits) with their bodies hanging outside. Feeding damage results in holes bored into reproductive structures and feeding within the plant Control Measures : Funnel trap with Hel-E Lure at 15/ha for monitoring.

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Spodoptera Frugiperda Lure

  • Dispenser Septa
  • Material Silicon Rubber
  • Packaging Individually Sachet Packed
  • Sachet Material Foil Lined Laminate
  • Field Life of Pheromone Lure 45 Days
  • Purity 100%

Scientific Name Of The Pest : Spodoptera Frugiperda Common Name of the Pest : Fall Army Worm Host Crops : The armyworm's diet consists mainly of  Maize and Rice crops such as corn but the species has been noted to consume over 80 different plants. Pest Identification : The life cycle is completed in about 30 days during the summer, but 60 days in the spring and autumn, and 80 to 90 days during the winter. The number of generations occurring in an area varies with the appearance of the dispersing adults. The ability to diapauses is not present in this species. In moths are abundant from April to December, but some are found even during the winter months. Damage To Crop : A Egg are laid on the underside of the leaves, freshly hatched larvae move downwards to leaf sheath and feed on inner tissue, With the advancement of growth and development larvae bore into stem bore into stem and feed on inner surface. Due to such feeding at vegetative stage the central leaf whorl unfold, turns brown and dries up which is termed as Dead Hearth. Infestation after the panicle initiation result in drying of panicle which may not emerges at all and those that have already emerges do not produce grain and appears as white head. Control Measures : Funnel trap monitoring

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