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WASP TRAP FOR THE APIARY: HERE COMES SFERA TRAP, WITH PROTEIN BAIT
The first glue trap with protein bait against bee predators that can be placed in apiary.
SFERA TRAP: THE FLY TRAP AGAINST INFESTATIONS

When and why do we need to place a fly trap? We should know that infestations by flying pests are harmful to gardens, crops and livestocks. The pests may carry diseases infecting plants, animals, and human beings too.

VESPA VELUTINA: THE BIO TRAPS THAT WORK
For our bee population, Vespa velutina - also called Asian hornet - is one of the most dangerous predators. In those areas where it is well established it represents a very serious risk to beekeeping.
VASO TRAP: THE NATURAL METHOD AGAINST FLIES

Vaso Trap is a natural and effective method for trapping common flies, fruit flies, and many other types of flying pests. It allows us to recycle 1 kg honey glass jars as containers for food baits that are easily home-made.

 

WASP TRAPS: WE MUST PLACE THEM IN SPRING

We must not wait for the fruits on the trees to ripen before using bio traps if we are to prevent infestations from wasps and hornets in orchards. Rather, they must be placed in early spring so that they can effectively contribute to a reduction in the rate of reproduction of these flying pests.

 

With the use of bio traps Tap Trap and Vaso Trap it is possible to effectively control flying pests without resorting to - or at least reducing - the use of pesticides that are harmful to the environment as well us to our health.

 

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