Packing: 25pcs packs/ 500pcs cartons, including manuals, certificates, no less than 1,000 straps, at least two straps outside the pack
Shanghai or as required
7 working days
Bio-degradable trap board
The bio-degradable trap board is made of a new type of bio-synthetic material-PLA, which can be completely degraded by microorganisms in the natural world, and ultimately generates carbon dioxide and water, does not pollute the environment, and can be directly buried and composted after use.
1.Accord with GB/T24689.4-2009 National Standard for Plant Protection Traps
2.Accord with GB/T20197-2006 national degradation standards;
3.Double-sided gluing, single-layer glue thickness: 0.03-0.05mm, four sides broken glue, to prevent spilled plastic, double-sided cover release paper;
4.Size: 200 * 250mm, substrate thickness: 0.3mm, yellow light wave is 575nm, blue light wave is 465nm;
5.The chemical properties of sticky shellac are stable, non-toxic and non-pollution. The colloidal adhesive strength is more than 6.8×10-4N/mm2
6. It is resistant to sun and rain, good waterproof performance, high viscosity, long-lasting durability, valid for more than 2 months.
Time of usage.
When used for monitoring, start hanging at the seedling stage of the crop When used for control, hanging at the beginning of pests
Quantity of usage.
When monitoring the density of insect population,3-5 pieces per acre When control pests, 30-40 pieces per acre
Method of usage.
When used in an orchard or greenhouse, wire or rope is passed through the two hanging holes of the trapping board, and both ends of the trapping board are hung vertically and vertically on fruit tree branches or greenhouse brackets.
When using in the vegetable field, use bamboo sticks or bamboo sticks to fix the traps, then insert them into the field and adjust the height of the suspension.
For low crops, it is advisable to hang the trapping board 15-20 centimeters from the top of the crop, and adjust the height of the suspension as the crop grows.
For fruit trees, the traps are hung on sparse branches of the lower leaves of the crown of the fruit tree.