The fruit fly trap offers a highly effective and environmental friendly method of controlling the fruit fly
These traps are designed to control the Drosophila Melanogaster. This insect species is better known under its more generic name: the common fruit fly
Unlike most flying insects, fruit flies are not really attracted by light.
Introducing the common fruit fly:
The adult is yellow/ brown in color and about 1 to 2 mm in length; the female is slightly larger than the male. Discovered in the beginning of the 20th century, this species has spread out globally and is now considered as a real plague.
In spring, when the temperature goes up, the common fruit fly can grow rapid to big numbers. In their life cycle a fruit fly goes through 4 stages:
The typical habitat of the common fruit fly is indoor. They can be found in high moisture areas, areas with water or other fluids or around rotten fruit or waste disposal areas.
Introducing the solution:
Unlike most flying insects, fruit flies are not really attracted by light. The best method for effective attraction and control is the use of a special developed scent. And this is what the fruit fly traps offers. Drawn by the scent, they enter into the trap, from which escaping is not possible.
The fruit fly trap system comes in two different executions: