Peach Fruit Fly
Mediterranean Fruit Fly
citrus fruits are sought after for their bright peels and flavorful and succulent pulp, becoming symbols of many of their classical growing areas. Yet these miniature suns fall victim to ferocious enemies from within, lowering the value of the fruit or making it completely unmarketable. These fruit-pests are mostly the true fruit flies, including the Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata) and the peach fruit fly (Bactrocera zonata).
As the pest develops inside the fruit, applying pest control against adults as soon as they emerge is paramount to reduce damage in the field.
The IoTrap can supply daily catching information to growers, without the need to visit individual traps.