Storgard Dome Ultra Combi Quick Change Kit

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The Storgard Dome Ultra Combi Quick Change monitoring system is a pre-baited, high-powered, and cost-effective method of detecting beetle activity at the earliest possible stages. It uses synthetic sex and aggregation pheromones along with two kairomone attractants that lure beetles, into a specially designed pitfall trap that contains a kairomone oil that retains the beetles.

Early detection of beetle activity allows control measures to be employed before large quantities of stored food products are contaminated by larvae.

Key features of The Storgard Dome Ultra Combi Quick Change Kit
  • Each Storgard Dome Ultra Combi Quick Change Kit contains enough materials for up to 8 weeks of continuous monitoring
  • Pack of 6 trays and 6 lures
  • Trap design features a lowered climbing height, broader capture base and precision-tuned lid to allow for better pheromone & kairomone release
  • Chemically stabilized pheromones
  • Timed-release high-purity pheromone lure matrix
  • Timed-release, highly effective oil-based synthetic kairomone attractants

The Storgard Dome Ultra Combi Quick Change controls a range of beetles and weevils including confused beetles, red flour beetles, cigarette beetles, khapra beetles, warehouse beetles, rice weevils and other listed pests.

When to monitor for insects

As a general rule, most insect development ceases at average temperatures below 12˚C. In heated warehouses or in warm climates a year-round monitoring program is essential for early detection of stored product pests. Even in unheated storage areas in cold climates, it is important to recognise locations that may provide sources of heat. For example, temperatures surrounding machinery may be su cient to promote insect development even though temperatures nearby are below the 12˚C threshold.

Trap density and placement

A good rule when beginning a monitoring program is to place traps in a grid pattern at intervals of 9 meters to 15 metres (1 trap every 100 sq. metres). Tighten the grid as needed in order to pinpoint the source of an infestation. Other areas that traps should be placed are near suspected sources of contamination, such as in or around equipment and close to ducts where dust may accumulate.

The main criteria for selecting trap placement is convenience for monitoring personnel and protection against damage by equipment, water, etc. Although trap placement is not critical, research has shown that capture efficiency can be maximized by placing traps on a solid floor and near cracks, crevices, equipment racking, poles, building columns, etc.

When to inspect the trap

Traps should be inspected at least once a week and twice weekly if an infestation is suspected. In some situations, it may be desirable to check traps every day. Keep a record of the number of insects caught in each trap and the monitoring site.

Service and storage

The Storgard Quick Change monitoring system requires a minimum of service. However, it is important to replace the Lure Tray every four to eight weeks since their attractant properties eventually degrade. Removal of dead insects and debris when traps are inspected is an option. Replace the Lure Tray more often under dusty conditions. Please note: Like lm, batteries, and similar products, pheromone caps should be stored in a cool place. For the longest possible storage life, store lure trays in a refrigerator and keep their foil barriers sealed.

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