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J.F. Oakes Offers New Multi-Species Monitoring Trap

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The trap contains a multi-food attractant for the redlegged ham and hide beetles plus pheromones for the varied and back carpet beetles.

| January 10, 2014

Ken Schumann

YAZOO CITY, Miss. — J.F. Oakes markets new Multi-Species Monitoring Trap for the redlegged ham beetle, hide beetle, varied and black carpet beetles. The trap contains a multi-food attractant for the redlegged ham and hide beetles plus pheromones for the varied and back carpet beetles.

The Monitoring Trap used is the same type as the XLure R.T.U. Beetle Floor trap. The trap is re-useable with money-saving Recharge Kits available.

These insects are a major pest in pet retail facilities where various meat related products have been dried through evaporation or long term storage. They also infest shipments of bone meal, fish meal, cheese, garlic and coconuts. The larva often infests bone and dog biscuits in factories and various retail outlets.
For further information call J. F. Oakes, LLC at 662-746-7276.

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