Pro-Pest Safestore Kits for the Angoumois Grain Moth include 10 Diamond traps and rubber septas injected with pheromones to attract Sitotroga cerealella.
General Monitoring & Installation Instructions:
A thorough inspection of the area of concern is highly recommended and potential infestations, also referred to as hotspots, should be identified and marked on a site plan or map. Placement of traps can vary from site to site however good results can be obtained by following a few guidelines.
- Place units where insects are likely to fly or have been observed.
- If possible, positions should be chosen that offer shelter for the trap (fire hoses or fire extinguishers)
- Ensure that sanitation staff is informed of the program to prevent trap removal.
- Mark the position of the traps on the site plan, and assign them a number.
- Never store monitoring equipment with insecticides.
- Wash hands before placing or inspecting trap units.
- Avoid placing traps in areas where large volumes of air moves out of the building.
- Place traps in a grid pattern (30 – 50 ft.); or in shorter interval to pin point infestations. This rate may be changed later to take into consideration the above mentioned parameters.
A weekly inspection of the traps is recommended, however it may be necessary to inspect more often if you have a zero insect tolerance policy. Trap units should be replaced every 6 to 8 weeks. Care should be taken during inspections to check the condition of the glue areas in the units, especially in dusty conditions or high insect catch situations, which may cause the glue surface to deteriorate. Should this occur the trap should be replaced.
Pheromone septas have an active life of 6 – 8 weeks and should be replaced with fresh ones accordingly for continuous monitoring. Un-used septas should be kept in their individual foil package, un-opened, and stored in a cool place, avoiding direct sunlight. Refrigeration or Freezing is recommended for longer storage life.
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