5 Litre Trappit Wasp Bait Liquid Lure - Asian Hornet Trap Lure

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5 Litre Drum of Trappit Wasp Bait Liquid Lure

Ready to use liquid wasp lure. This is a powerful attractant for wasps. This lure is recommended for catching hornets too.

Use in combination with our wasp bags and dome traps to attract them.

It is a non-toxic liquid and safe to use around the apiary and garden.

A simple and easy solution for use in our wasp traps

Bottle size: 5 litre

Jersey have found to date that this Trappit lure is one of the most effective lure for asian hornets and wasps as it does not attract honeybees and can be used in Spring and Autumn too.

The Asian Hornet (Vespa velutina), is an aggressive predator of beneficial insects including honeybees. It has extended its geographical range from Asia to mainland Europe following an accidental introduction into France. It is now also present in Spain, Majorca, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Germany, and Switzerland. Adult hornets are highly mobile, the rate of spread across France was approximately 60-100 km/year. In September 2016 Asian hornet was confirmed for the first time in the UK, but it is still not clear whether it is established or not. It is vital that beekeepers monitor for the presence of the hornet in their area - source National Bee Unit.

 

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Dr Anthony K Yeats
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We ordered 50 litres and it was delivered rapidly and safely. A credit card error by the purchaser was rapidly corrected by Angharad for which many thanks. We will use the Trappitt in February and then we will know how efficacious it is

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Dr Anthony K Yeats
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We ordered 50 litres and it was delivered rapidly and safely. A credit card error by the purchaser was rapidly corrected by Angharad for which many thanks. We will use the Trappitt in February and then we will know how efficacious it is