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Trece Introduces Storgard Quick-Change Ultra-Combi

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The adhesive-based traps have pheromone and kairomone lures already installed in them.

| December 19, 2013

Trece has introduced the new Storgard Quick-Change Ultra-Combi moth and beetle monitoring systems, adhesive-based traps that have pheromone and kairomone lures already installed in them. These Long-Life controlled-release lures give PMPs predictable quality, predictable results, predictable field life and predictable shelf life, Trece reports. The high quality barrier packaging, eliminates harmful oxygen and is reclosable for convenient storage, according to Trece.

For more information visit www.trece.com or contact your local supplier.

 

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