The information provided by capturing males makes controlling insects easier, as well as making it better targeted and more economical. It enables the following to be avoided:

  • Systematic treatments with insecticides that end up in the environment and in foods.
  • Wasteful labor, thereby reducing costs whilst applying optimal treatments.
  • Insects becoming resistant by adapting and reducing treatments.


Good detection in terms of insect pests’ flight times.

  • A precise indication of the insects’ activity periods in a given agronomic situation, working from the capture date for the first males caught in the trap.
  • Determination of the optimal treatment period using insecticides, thereby increasing the effectiveness of treatments.
  • Treatment savings.
  • A means of control providing high environmental performance.