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Diammonium Phosphate 4 X 40G Case - Olive Fly Bait - Cherry - Walnut Bush

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Phosphate Diammonium - Case of 4 sachets of 40 g

 

Natural powder bait to attract olive flies and walnut nut into a trap made with a bottle of water.

This individual pouch allows the owner of one or two olive trees to protect these olives during the season.
Each sachet is a dose for a single trap. We advise you to make your trap with a yellow Kill Trap head for the olive tree.

It is an alternative method of fighting the olive or cherry fly and also walnut husk, without chemical insecticide, environmentally friendly and inexpensive.
The trap is very effective, although it quickly shows its limits when the fly population is too high. The overall performance of massive trapping is much better when it is practiced on a large scale in a wide area.
To make a trap, just take a bottle of empty plastic mineral water and add the Killa Trap red special cherry fly, or the Killa Trap yellow special olive fly according to the target.
Trapping prevention should be developed to avoid rapid reproduction of flies due to spawning. This could lead to the loss of the entire crop.

 

Determination for a trap :
Prepare a solution of water in which 40 g per liter of diammonium phosphate powder is dissolved, ie 2 spoonfuls convex soup.
Fill the bottle with a capacity of 1 liter with half a liter of solution.
Setting up traps :
Place at least one bottle per olive or cherry tree. The ideal, in times of heavy infestation, is to hang 4 bottles per tree at the four cardinal points.

 

The cherry fly :
It grows thanks to fruits, which it eats, especially in the south-eastern region of France. It can attack all kinds of fruits especially cherries, strawberries, raspberries or grapes.
The fly deposits its eggs from May to June in fruits that begin to mature.

The olive fly :
This insect can be present from the month of June in the orchards, until the end of October.
It is the main pest of the olive tree. The damage caused by the larva can call into question the totality of the crop.


In Organic Farming, we invite you to consult your certification body for the methods of setting up this type of trap in your farm.

 

 

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