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Trece Offers Storgard Dome Quick-Change

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The product is a broad spectrum beetle monitoring system.

| November 27, 2013

ADAIR, Okla. — Trece's Storgard Dome Quick-Change Broad Spectrum beetle monitoring system, has been behaviorally modified, precision engineered, to retain the best features of the original Storgard Dome. Every key feature of the original Dome has been revisited to significantly improve key structural and behavioral features, “synergized” with a new Quick-Change Snugfit lure and trapping system.

 A new kairomone lure has been added to complement the already advanced oil-based kairomone lure. This broadens the attractive spectrum, while enhancing the synergy of the key pheromones with the precision-engineered trap design. The new Quick-Change Snugfit lure system has been carefully tuned to manage and control the release of each pheromone and kairomone compound, ensuring optimized, predictable insect capture. The system enhances precision targeting of key insects while providing broad spectrum capture of less evident, but important, insects, the manufacturer reports.

For more information please visit www.trece.com.

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