Instructions for use:
Assemble the moth trap according to the instructions on the box. Attention : you only use one spray with attractant per 100 days! At the beginning of the season (early April), divide the contents of one of the sprays over the two baskets and place them in the trap. Then you hang the moth trap in your garden near your Boxwood. The other sprayer you keep in a dark and frost-free place. Halfway through the season (approx. mid-July), the first attractant is used up, now divide the contents of the 2nd syringe over the two baskets and place them back in the trap. In this way you can monitor the Boxwoodmoth for an entire season, making it easy to determine the right moment to carry out a biological control with TOPBUXUS Anti Rups® (or TOPBUXUS XenTari®).
Monitoring box moths:
The male moths are attracted by the pheromone and are caught in the trap. 2 weeks after the first sighting of moths in the trap, it is advisable to carry out a biological treatment against Buxus caterpillars with TOPBUXUS Anti Rups®.
This way you can control the Boxwood Caterpillarin a simple, effective and environmentally friendly way.
Safe for birds and bees:
With their very specific action and natural origin, TOPBUXUS pheromones and TOPBUXUS Anti Rups® harmless to important beneficial insects such as bees for pollination, insect predators and parasites used to control other insect pests. TOPBUXUS Pheromones and TOPBUXUS Anti Rups® are also not harmful to humans, nature or the environment.
Store pheromones in a dark and frost-free place.