DBM - Lure
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Diamond Black Moth (DBM) Lure / Plutella Xylostella Pheromone Lure
Description:Host Crop:Cabbage, Cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, etc.
This small moth is colored gray and brown. It can potentially identified by a cream-colored band that may be present in the shape of a diamond on its back. The diamondback moth has a wingspan of about 15 mm and a body length of 6 mm. The forewings are narrow, brownish gray and lighter along the anterior margin, with fine, dark speckles. A creamy-colored stripe with a wavy edge on the posterior margin is sometimes constricted to form one or more light-colored diamond shapes, which is the basis for the common name of this moth. The hind wings are narrow, pointed toward the apex, and light gray, with a wide fringe. The tips of the wings can be seen to turn upward slightly when viewed from the side.
Damage: Plant damage is caused by larval feeding. Although the larvae are very small, they can be quite numerous, resulting in complete removal of foliar tissue except for the leaf veins. This is particularly damaging to seedlings, and may disrupt head formation in cabbage and cauliflower.
Economically Affordable, easy to install and manage. If used properly can detect low numbers of insects. Collect only Species Specific. Non toxic. Can be used all season long. Pheromone Lure is species specific. Reduce the use of harmful pesticide and do organic farming and save the life.
Pheromone used 99% pure. 100% Effective from other commercial product. Lure working day in field life 45day, Depend on weather conditions. Dispenser - Silicon rubber Septa Lure can stay for one year without removing from packing.
Self life: 1 year