Pests

To protect fruit plants from pests avoiding the use of pesticides, we need to use bio-traps and methods.

Many types of insects lay their eggs on the fruits, their larvae then feeds on them, causing serious damage to the crop.

While flying pests can seriously affect harvests, we often respond to the problem by making the mistake of using pesticides and other chemical methods that do more harm than cure.

PEST

(click on the pest to learn more)

OLIVE FRUIT FLY
Bactrocera Oleae

MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY
Ceratitis Capitata

SPOTTED WING DROSOPHILA
Drosophila Suzukii

WALNUT HUSK FLY
Rhagoletis completa

CARPUS
Cydia pomonella

MOTHS AND LEPIDOPTERS
Pyralis, moths and many types of lepidopters

THE TRAPS THAT CAN HELP YOU

(click on the trap to learn how to use it)