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If you catch pests with yellow traps ... Pests are the main enemies on the farm.

Pests are a regular problem in kitchen gardens and terraces. Although organic pesticides can

be used to control pests, jaundice is even more effective. Yellowing of the eyes of small

insects. Attracted to it, it sticks to the glue on the yellowed surface until it touches the fly.

Pests that does not perish even after spraying with pesticides can be easily trapped in the

yellow trap.

In the vegetable garden

This range includes whiteflies, aphids, caterpillars, leafhoppers, onion flies, fruit flies,

cucumber beetles, pumpkin beetles, leafhoppers, grasshoppers, moths, mites, leafhoppers,

cabbage moths, mosquitoes, and locusts. It is very effective not only in vegetable gardens but

also in gardens. Jaundice is now widely used in playhouses as well. It is used in coconut

groves and orchards. Instead of the leaves turning green, the insects often see yellow and

blue with longer wavelengths reflected from the leaf surface. Therefore, when you see a

yellow trap, the insects think it is fresh green. They fly in flocks and fall into traps.

Yellow traps in many ways

Many different types of yellow traps are used.

One of these is the yellow water trap. Trapped mostly in aphids. When the aphids reach the

yellow-painted bowl, they fall into the half-filled bowl and drown. Like yellow, yellow light

attracts insects. So the trap is made with a yellow bulb and LED bulb.

Yellow traps can be prepared

Yellow traps are easy to make. Apply a small amount of castor oil or unusable engine oil /

grease to a surface made of yellow plastic sheeting or yellow paint on the plate. Place it on

the farm just like the boards do. Empty tins can also be used for this. Apply yellow paint on the

outside of the tins. Once the paint is dry, apply castor oil. The traps prepared in this way can

be planted in the garden with twigs and placed on top of it.


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