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The Barrix Magic Sticker Chromatic Trap – Yellow

Thursday, 14 February 2019 06:02 Written by 
  • Location(s): India
  • Type(s): Solution
  • Theme(s): Agriculture , Environment, Innovation, Green Economy
  • SDG(s): 13. Climate Action
  • Types of ComSec Solutions: Solution
  • Locations of WGEO Solutions: India
  • Type of WGEO Solution: Solution
  • Themes of WGEO Solutions: Agriculture , Environment, Innovation, Green Economy
  • SDG(s) in WGEO Solutions: 13. Climate Action

Problem: Agriculture pest identification and monitoring.

Solution: Is an integrated pest management (IPM) tool, the traps are effective in monitoring and mass trapping when used in the recommended quantity. Also being an Informative & educative tool to researchers, the traps are an eco-friendly alternative that help in organic cultivation. The bright yellow traps are the most effective and cheaper solution for whiteflies, aphids, leaf miners, thrips, jassids, leaf hoppers, tea mosquito, moth and beetles.

Goal: To support farmers in Identifying & monitoring their crop pests.

Objectives: To Identify, determine when insects first emergence, their relative numbers, where they are coming from, their population density. The above data helps farmer to use proper control measures.

Implementation: These products are very easy to use and we recommend to use at the rate of 10 sheets per acre (50 sheets per hectare) and the size of the sheet should not be less than 20cm x 29cm. A single trap is effective for 735 sq. ft area; traps in an average of 7333 insects within 5 days to 15 days of exposure.

Achievements/Impact: Farmers effectively are using in their farm fields of more than 50 crops of varieties like paddy, wheat, corn, barley, sorghum ,millets, pigeon pea, cowpea, Bengal gram, green gram, soya beans, groundnut, sunflower, mustard, sesame, almond, caster, cotton, tea, coffee, cardamom, black pepper, tobacco, garlic, mango, banana, grape, apple, pineapple, pomegranate, watermelon, guava, cashew, chilli, capsicum, tomato, brinjal, onion, pumpkin, cucumber and okra. Almost used by 500 thousand farmers serving 800 thousand acres.

Impact for farmers by avoiding up to 4 times of pesticides sprays, time savings from sprayings, money savings from avoiding pesticides sprays, farmers health is benefited with reduced risk of pesticidal exposure.

Impact on produce is residue free, pest free and export qualified.

Impact on Environment is an eco-friendly product, safe to non-target organisms and Recyclable.

Partners: APEDA, ADITI, ECOSERT, UPASI, TRA.

Budget: Rs.450/- per acre.

Contact details:
Address: #68A, 6th Main, 3rd Phase, Peenya, Bangalore - 560 058
Contact person: Dr. S Kannan (Head R&D)
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: 9535288849

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