How they work : Insects enter the traps through a triangle shape entrance in response to the pheromone that is placed inside the traps. Once inside the traps, insects strike against the wall while in flight and fall on to the adhesive sheet at the bottom of the delta traps & get killed.
How they work: Insects naturally attracted to pheromone, fall into the pool of emulsion/water in the tub, drown and die. The dead insects can then be removed from the traps at appropriate intervals and the tub refilled with emulsion/water.
Ow they work: Insects attracted to the pheromone or /and light are drawn to the traps and fall into the pool of emulsion/water in the tub, drown and die. The dead insects can then be removed from the traps at appropriate intervals and tub refilled with water-oil-emulsion.
How they work : Insects / Moths attracted by the pheromone kept under the canopy, enter the funnel, hit the sides while in flight and drop down into the transparent plastic bag attached to the lower end of the funnel and get killed
How they work : Insects / Moths attracted by the pheromone kept under the canopy, enter the funnel, hit the sides while in flight and drop down into the transparent plastic bag attached to the lower end of the funnel and get killed.
How they work : Insects attracted by the pheromone, enter the traps through the radial openings of the canopy. While in flight they hit the sides or basket and fall into the bucket through the funnel. They then get drowned in the water-oil-pesticide emulsion stored in the bucket and get killed.
How they work : Insects enter the traps through a hole in the base attracted by the pheromone lure hung inside the traps, remain held by the pheromone. When exhausted they fall into the liquid bait consisting insecticide or get affected by the vapours emitted by the solid insecticide bait and get killed.
The Venus flytrap (also referred to as Venus's flytrap or Venus' flytrap), Dionaea muscipula, is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the East Coast of the United States in North Carolina and South Carolina. It catches its prey—chiefly insects and arachnids—with a trapping structure formed by the terminal portion of each of the plant's leaves, which is triggered by tiny hairs on their inner surfaces. When an insect or spider crawling along the leaves contacts a hair, the ...
Place the sheet of nori over the film and the two hollows and begin working the sticky rice into the hollows with your fingers. ... Next, place your chosen maki roll fillings over the rice. Ingredients like julienned carrots, cucumber, strips of avo and raw fish of your choice work well.
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