1. AccessAgriculture Training Video One fruit fly can lay a few hundred eggs during her life. Fruit flies puncture the skin of fruit to lay their eggs, which cause the fruit to drop prematurely and rot. The worms that hatch from these eggs leave the spoilt fruit after one week and crawl into the...
  2. AccessAgriculture Training Video Las feromonas atraen y ayudan a matar a los machos, a modo que no pueden aparearse con las hembras. Y sin aparearse, las moscas hembras no podrán poner huevos. Para atraer a las moscas machos con feromonas, matarlos y proteger las feromonas de la lluvia, hay que...
  3. AccessAgriculture Training Video Las moscas de la fruta inyectan sus huevos en la fruta. Una sola mosca de la fruta puede poner cientos de huevos, que se convierten en gusanos blancos que comen el interior de la fruta. Si no se toma acciones, las moscas de la fruta rápidamente crecen en número y...
  4. AccessAgriculture Training Video Weaver ants help to protect your fruit and nuts from fruit flies and many other pests. If you don’t have weaver ants in your orchard yet, collect all the nests from an ant colony and transfer them to one of your fruit trees. Help the ants to spread to more trees...
  5. AccessAgriculture Training Video It takes a few minutes for a fruit fly to find a suitable spot on the mango and inject her eggs under the skin of the fruit. But even in that short time, the weaver ants will have either chased her away or have captured her. Their scent also helps. When other...
  6. 19/4/1994 “In Keralea (southern India) fruit fly (Dacus dorsalis and D. cucurbitae) incidence is severe in mango trees. P. Reghunath and M. Indira describe a low-cost technology to combat this insect pest.”
  7. Uninvited guests at your summer cookout can be real pests. So get rid of your annoying insect visitors with a DIY bug trap. But bear in mind that not all the traps you find on the Internet work. Connelly and Ty Ashcraft, an exterminator at Holistic Pet Solutions in Charlotte, North Carolina,...