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Common Flies

Flies of various species are found in every country; they never fail to be troublesome and in addition, carry bacteria and viruses which they often deposit on food, contributing to the spread of various diseases, such as gastroenteritis, dysentery, intestinal worms, salmonella, and so on.

In food warehouses as well as in many food handling businesses, flies can be a source of harmful contamination and thus of significant economic damage.

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The traps that can help you are

Use the following recipes

COMMON FLIES and BOW FLIES - Tap Trap

Half litre of water + raw fish scraps, sardines, anchovies, or similar baits (roughly 20 to 30 grams).
 

 
COMMON FLIES and BOW FLIES - Vaso Trap

350 ml of water + raw fish scraps, sardines, anchovies, or similar baits (roughly 20 to 30 grams)

 
SFERA TRAP

After inserting the two 1.5V AA batteries (not included), insert the luminaire into its seat inside one of the semispheres. Sfera Trap is now ready to be assembled - How to do it

 

Before applying the glue, wrap the sphere with a transparent plastic film (such as cling film, or two clear shower cups); then apply a suitable glue.

In the event of loss of adhesion, the glue can be reapplied several times.

 

In addition to using only glue, or glue and attractants on it, Sfera Trap can also support insecticides and pheromones.

 

Practical advice: Use disposable gloves in the preparation of the sphere and the various products used. To avoid damage from possible spillage of glue, place a protective sheet underneath the sphere, such as cardboard or paper. In the eventuality of glue spillages these can be removed using white spirit or turpentine - How to do it