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Nu-Lure®

Insect Bait

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Product Overview

Nu-Lure® Insect Bait is a proteinaceous liquid, derived from corn and designed for use as an attractant and bait in insecticide sprays. It is rich in free amino acids and polypeptides which encourages certain insects to feed upon the spray residues. Nu-Lure is designed to be combined with suitable insecticides as a spray mix additive and functions by attracting the insects to the insecticide to which it is added.

Nu-Lure Insect Bait is used to increase the efficiency of insecticide sprays applied for the control of: Mediterranean Fruit Flies, Carribean Fruit Flies, Mexican Fruit Flies, Oriental Fruit Flies, Malaysian Fruit Flies, Apple Maggot Flies, Cherry Fruit Flies, Blueberry MaggotFlies, Walnut Husk Flies, Melon Flies, OliveFlies, Onion Maggot and most other fruit fly species.

Nu Lure

Features

  • Corn-protein based
  • Rich in amino acids
  • Utilized in Fruit Fly programs for more than 40 years

Benefits

  • Enhances performance of insecticides for Fruit Fly control
  • Non toxic to humans, animals, fish and birds
  • Nu-Lure—in combination with organophosphates, spinosad and chlorpyrifos—has provided effective control of Walnut Husk Flies since 1995
  • Authorized for use in citrus export certification programs (Check with your respective state regulatory body)

How Does It Work?

Nu-Lure is to be combined with suitable insecticides as a spray mix additive and functions by attracting the insects to the insecticide to which it is added. The amino acids and proteins in Nu-Lure attract certain insects to feed upon the spray residues. Apply the bait spray to host crops, trees, bushes or other plants and surrounding vegetation. Total area treatments are more effective than small area or small orchard treatments.

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Nu-Lure outperforms corn steep liquor as a spray mix additive with a higher percentage of nutritional components. Categories include increased Ash%, Protein%, Volatiles, and Amino Acids% creating greater fly attraction.

Application

  • Group 3

    Key crops include, but are not limited to: walnuts and oranges

  • Sprinkler

    Applications may be applied by ground or air for good coverage

  • Pesticide

    Compatible with most insecticides

  • jug-solid

    Add into the spray mixture during the final stages of tank filling with adequate agitation

  • Crop Rotation

    Apply spray applications as soon as adult flies begin to emerge and continue applications on a 7 to 10 day schedule until fruit is harvested

  • Crop Rotation

    Review label for specific application rates and recommendations

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