Chipku water Trap/Insect Trap useful to catch (Tuta Absoluta) Tomato leaf minor moth, is the natural & cost-effective way to catch moth without using an insecticide or harmful chemicals.
It is a safe & nature-friendly product Tuta absoluta is a highly destructive insect pest to tomato plants and fruit and is also reported to infest other plants in the Solanacaeae family (potato, eggplant, etc.)
The life cycle of a leaf miner has the following stages: an egg, three larval instars, a pupal instar, and the adult fly. Adult leaf miners are small yellow and black colored flies, at most only several millimeters long. When the adult females feed or lay eggs, they bore a hole using their toothed ovipositor, usually in the upper side of the leaf. Egg spots are oval and hard to distinguish from feeding spots.
Usage procedure of trap
1. Attach bottom base to water container
2. Open Lure Packet.
3. Insert lure in the center of the lure holder
4. Attach Lure holder to center of water container from the upper side
5. Add 1-1.2 ltr of water into the water trap and add 5-10 drops of any vegetable oil
6. Tie the trap on a wooden stick of a height of 1 meter.
Host Crops: Tomato, Potato, etc.
Targeted pest: Moth Tomato leaf minor (TLM) (Tuta absoluta)
Field life of lure: 45-60 days from date of installation
--> Cost Effective/User-Friendly Application
--> Attract Targeted pest only/Non-toxic
--> Weather Proof Long Lasting
--> Decrease insecticide use so recommended for organic farming
--> Up to 45 + days field life
--> Result-oriented product
--> Leak Proof Pouch Design
--> Water trap with Tomato leaf minor per acre 6 Traps.