Video: Whitefly. Control Methods. Glue Trap. Means Of Protection. Insect Pests. Plant Protection. A Photo
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Every farmer or any other person who owns a garden knows how difficult it is to deal with a whitefly. This harmful butterfly is one of the most harmful insects in the territory of the present CIS. Butterfly larvae usually live on the underside of the leaves, they are invisible. By sucking the sap, the larvae cause yellowing and wilting of plants. In addition, the whitefly can often carry viral diseases. Chemical preparations do not help much, since the insect gets used to them, and your products will turn out to be heavily contaminated with pesticides.
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But scientists have found a new method of dealing with this pest - biotechnical, using optical stimuli. It is based on a careful study of the natural reactions and behavior of insects. Scientists have found that whitefly's favorite color is yellow. This allowed us to offer an original and simple way to deal with it. The strongest yellow color of a strictly defined tone is the most attractive for the whitefly. This color is used in special color traps. They are made of special paper, which is coated on both sides with a dye of the desired color and glue. Kind of like fly stick, but more effective.
Color traps are more economical than traditional sticky films. And most importantly, the new method of fighting whitefly does not harm humans and the environment.
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