Melon Fly Pheromone Trapper

Melon Fly Pheromone Trapper

Product Details:

  • Classification Insecticide
  • Chemical Name Other
  • Other Names Melon Fly Pheromone Trapper
  • Application Agriculture, Pest Control
  • Supply Ability : 5000 Box Per Day
550 INR/Unit

Price And Quantity

  • 550.00 - 900.00 INR/Unit
  • 550 INR/Unit
  • 5000 Box

Product Specifications

  • Other
  • Agriculture, Pest Control
  • Melon Fly Pheromone Trapper
  • Insecticide

Trade Information

  • Cash Against Delivery (CAD), Cash Advance (CA), Cheque
  • 5000 Box Per Day
  • 2 Days
  • Contact us for information regarding our sample policy
  • 10 Units of Ipm trap 10 units and Melon Fly lure 10 Quantity. Gloves and hanging wire.
  • Australia, North America, South America, Central America, Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa, Western Europe, Middle East
  • All India
  • ISO 9001-2015 TRADEMARK

Product Description

Melon Fly Pheromone Trapper 

Supported sincere team of skilled experts, we have been able to offer supreme range of Melon Fly Pheromone Trapper which is widely used to catch pests and insects. Our provided Melon Fly Pheromone Trapper is demanded in the market because of its high effective nature. All the provided items are thoroughly checked by our quality controllers on various quality parameters before dispatching them from our premises. It can be avail from us at cost-effective price rate.

Pest Identification:

Adult Melon fruit flies are similar in size to a housefly, about 6-8 mm long. The body is light brown to a honey color in appearance. There are several prominent bright yellow markings on the thorax (upper body) and a distinctive black T pattern at the base of the abdomen (lower body). The wings are clear with a dark coastal vein and melon seed shaped spot at the tip.

Damage: It prefers young, green, and tender fruits for egg laying. The females lay the eggs 2 to 4 mm deep in the fruit pulp, and the maggots feed inside the developing fruits. At times, the eggs are also laid in the corolla of the flower, and the maggots feed on the flowers. A few maggots have also been observed to feed on the stems. The fruits attacked in early stages fail to develop properly, and drop or rot on the plant. Since, the maggots damage the fruits internally, it is difficult to control this pest with insecticides. One female may lay over 1000 eggs during her life. Oviposition peaks occur in the morning and late afternoon. Eggs hatch in about 24 hours


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