Fruit Fly Lures, Fruit Fly Bait, Fruit Fly Control

Fruit Fly Lures, Fruit Fly Bait

Organic Fruit Fly Lures, Organic Fruit Fly Bait

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Proper use of properly placed Organic fruit fly lures or Organic fruit fly bait is to control fruit fly pests by killing them without spraying your crops; hence your crop has no residual pesticide residues. Our lures' added trojan horse's benefit is to attract and contaminate enough individual insects in such a way that those contaminated individual insects go back into the swarm of insects to contaminate them all.

So that farmers or orchardists using our LURES can easily budget COST per year we are SELLING our LURES on a per ACRE/HECTARE/DUNAM per year bases.

NAVIGATION MENU     For more information how to use fruit fly lures or fruit fly bait to control fruit fly pests please contact me: email: mortonbassan@gmail.com , Skype Name: mortonbassan, Telephone: USA 808-640-0696 


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For more information: email: mortonbassan@gmail.com , Skype Name: mortonbassan

SKYPE Telephone: USA HAWAII 206-855-3109      CELL PHONE USA HAWAII 808-640-0696

PURPOSE STATEMENT:  Insect lures control pest insects without chemical pesticides contacting crop: thus no crop pesticide residues.

These lures are protected by Patent No.: US 9,307,755 B1; A second US Patent Pending; An International Patent Pending.

Hello Dead Bugs

               In 1980 Morton & Keiko Bassan (site authors & lure inventors) started growing oranges, tangerines, & tangeloes in Hawaii later branded as Ka'u Gold Oranges or Ka'u Oranges.  As our fruits would ripen to become salable they would be stung by Oriental Fruit fly; thus becoming worthless garbage.  Only a farmer whose livelihood is dependent on growing and selling tree ripened fruit could understand the frustration that as your fruit is becoming salable a fly stings those fruits making those fruits worthless garbage, not fit for human consumption.

             For many years Morton & Keiko fought the Oriental Fruit Flies with crop cover sprays. 

             Neither Morton nor Keiko really understood that crop cover sprays kill both the good & bad bugs.  At that time the good bug concept was overwhelmed by "the only good bug is a dead bug".

              During the early 1980s Morton & Keiko visited our United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Center (PBARC) in Hilo, Hawaii, commonly known as PBARC.  Particularly entomologst Eric Jang taught us how to take pictures of & identify our orchard's bugs & fungus.  We actually made our own small book.

             Morton & Keiko made many trips to PBARC but really couldn't understand the advanced insect control techniques being developed there.

             One fateful day in 1997 PBARC entomologist Roger Vargas approached Morton & Keiko saying he wants to buy an area of our crop to use for his insect control experiments.  Morton told Roger that rather than sell some area of our crop for Roger's experiments Morton wanst to participate in and learn from Roger's experiments. 

           Basically Roger taught Morton & Keiko these very advanced insect control techniques that led Morton & Keiko to develop their own insect control system for which US Patent No. US 9,307,755 was granted April 12, 2016. 

           The primary difference between what Roger taught Morton & Keiko and what Morton & Keiko developed was a Trojan Horse slow acting intoxicated food.  Attracted individuals dine & walk on and then take this food up with them into the swarm of insects contaminating other individuals that otherwise may not be attracted to this Trojan Horse intoxicated food, thus wiping out the entire swarm.

These lures are protected by Patent No.: US 9,307,755 B1; A second US Patent Pending; An International Patent Pending.

Tephritid Control’s purpose is to encourage organic farming by educating farmers to use non-“crop contact” lures to control insect pests (rather than “crop contact” pesticide cover sprays) to reduce or otherwise eliminate crop or soil pesticide residues.

Thank you and welcome to the new world of insect lures.

Morton and Keiko Bassan

INSECT BAIT ONLY WITHOUT INSECTICIDE IS FOR SALE.  You may mix in your own insecticide.