Lures and insecticides
Our contribution for a better world
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a manner of controlling pests based on knowing the life cycle and the evolution of the population for each type of pest and in this way combining the information with the various methods available in order to minimize the impact on people, on the environment and also the economic impact.
SANSAN goes along with this change in the manner of approaching the fight against pests by proposing tools that can help in practicing an integral control. Each trap has its application both for monitoring in the field and detection of population peaks as well as in some applications for mass trapping as a means of biotechnological fight.
Methods of controlling and fighting pests by trapping need a bait lure in order to capture insects. Each pest requires an adequate pheromone or food bait to optimize captures, it is selective with regard to the type of insect captured.
Lures and pheromones
CERATITIS CAPITATA (Fruitfly)
TUTA ABSOLUTA (Tomato moth)
Bait pheromone F-TUA
HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA (HELIOTHIS)
EUZOPHERA PINGÜIS (Olive moth)
LOBESIA BOTRANA (Grape moth)
RHYNCHOPORUS FERRUGINEUS (Red palm weevil)
BACTROCERA OLEAE (Olive fly)