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These Large Yellow Sticky Insect Traps utilise a strong and durable wet-stick glue, and are of a larger size than other sticky traps, which makes them ideal for catching high numbers of flying insect pests.
The vibrant yellow colour is very attractive to numerous species, ensuring a high land and catch rate for both monitoring and mass catching purposes.
The pack is supplied with 20 traps, enough to last you a significant period and catch plenty of pests.
Yellow sticky traps are effective against numerous flying pests, including:
Each trap is 20cm x 40cm.
The traps are easy to deploy. Simply peel off the covering and hang the traps with the ties just above the growing head of the plants, or near vents, to catch incoming insect pests.
The traps should be replaced when filled with caught pests, dust and debris. This is vital to ensure maximum capture rates. The pack will last you a good while though as it contains 20 traps.
The traps have been designed for indoor use only and are suitable for use in greenhouses, polytunnels, growth chambers and hydroponic growing systems.
We have never had a problem with Fungus Gnats until this year. Swarms of them! Mistakenly I ordered these big sheets, however, it meant I was able to cut them up. Nearly all of my 30 or so Houseplants have one Sticky piece on a Cane or stick above the leaf line of the plant, or hanging from a branch and I stood 2 or 3 pieces on the soil, leaning in to create cover. I even had one sheet hanging in the kitchen. I was going to solve this problem if it killed me!!. After one week, I replaced every single piece, as some were covered in Gnats-adults and the juveniles. I had one piece that must have had 200 or so on just the one!! With the newer pieces in place, it means I can monitor their demise, and I cannot tell you how sadistically exciting it is to see them caught, and their number going down. This is now week three and whilst I am still catching them they are decreasing. I will keep this system in place to break their life cycle. At the moment the house is full of bright yellow cards, so it looks a bit daft, but it is a means to the end. These are incredibly sticky and cutting them up and changing them is a messy and very sticky practice, but I can see their numbers going down. I have certainly caught more as they emerge as youngsters with the cards that are sitting on the soil. So, I would recommend these in a flash!